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Submitted by leonHurley 745d ago | interview

Bioshock Infinite’s Ken Levine on compelling narrative, companions & what makes a game memorable

OPM: We chat to Ken Levine about all things relating to Bioshock Infinite. Out interview covers everything from the outbreak of development gossip to the religious nature of the game, making Elizabeth believable and why first person is the best way to tell a story. (BioShock: Infinite, Ken Levine, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

joab777  +   744d ago
U and irrational make a great story, ken. Its your painstaking and relentless pursuit of perfection that make yoir games so amazing. I cant wait for this game. I know everyone at Irrational is nervous and the expectations are through the roof, which either spells disaster or brilliance...my money is on the latter.

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