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Submitted by JimmyJames70 790d ago | article

The Names of Bioshock: Infinite

David Ko of GoozerNation writes, "Names have meaning, and the Bioshock games are no exception. Take, for example, Andrew Ryan, a variation of Ayn Rand, the objectivist philosopher on whose ideas Rapture was created. Or Atlas, of Greek myth who bore the weight of the skies, and who shrugged in Rand’s eponymous novel. In this article, I take a look at each of the names from Bioshock: Infinite and their significance in history." (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360)

JimmyJames70  +   790d ago
That was interesting they used names from real history.
joab777  +   790d ago
Its part of the reason i love bioshock, or should i say its my fav game of all time. It is the most complete game in so many aspects. The thought that goes into the backdrop, the storyline, the characters etc. I cannot wait for this. Its been torture...lol.
I think I just read a massive spoiler in there if I'm right.

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