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Submitted by mathsman 822d ago | news

BioShock Infinite Launches National Manhunt Competition

2K Games announced that one hundred selected indie retailers across the country will be displaying limited edition BioShock Infinite ‘Wanted’ posters in their windows. Eagled-eyed gamers who tweet one of the elusive posters featuring the videogame’s hero Booker DeWitt, will then be entered into a draw to win the limited BioShock Infinite Ultimate Songbird Edition. (BioShock: Infinite, Culture, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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IIJOSEPHXII  +   822d ago
Infinite Ultimate? Needs more oxymoron.
dgonza40  +   822d ago
Bioshock Infinite is the name of the game.

Bioshock Infinite: Ultimate Songbird Edition
Sketchy_Galore  +   822d ago
Really looking forward to this game but I still hate that they gave Booker the hip modern fauxhawk, fashion stubble makeover. I'm sick of playing as characters that look like they rape passed out girls at frat parties.
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