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Bioshock Infinite Hands-on Preview | El33tonline

Oliver at El33tonline writes:

"There are some games that can have a very personal connection to a player. The themes and events that may put off and even actively repulse one group of players could be the selfsame accoutrements that forever endear themselves to someone else. Visual direction, atmosphere, gameplay scenarios, character design, scale and intensity… all of these elements and more may simply be dismissed outright by some, but for others, these touches could be seen as intricate weaves in a much larger, much more impressive tapestry full of vibrant visions.

After only a few hours of play, Bioshock Infinite has endeared itself to me and I would like to tell you all about just some of the incredible sights, sounds and scenarios I’ve witnessed so you too might find yourself similarly rapt in its brilliance." (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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