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Preview: Bioshock Infinite | Stevivor.com

Previewer Steve Wright writes, "You know that old saying, “assume, and you make an…”

"Well, keeping it PG, you know you do. And I did, about Bioshock Infinite. And I was wrong.

"I went into a preview of Infinite fairly sheltered from the game itself. Sure, I’d read previews from the biggest hitters of the industry, and they all seemed fairly positive… but I wasn’t sold. Having loved both(the then 2K Boston, now) Irrational Games’ Bioshock and its black sheep successor, 2K Marin’s Bioshock 2, the series was set in Rapture. Underwater. With Big Daddies, and plasmids, and all the other things that made the first game an immediate classic.

"In my mind, Infinite was a game that was simply using the Bioshock franchise to help boost sales. I couldn’t have been more wrong." (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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