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Submitted by mathsman 807d ago | news

BioShock Infinite Board Game Revealed

Ahead of the launch of the BioShock Infinite videogame later this month a spin-off product has been revealed. Coming this summer, BioShock Infinite: The Siege of Columbia is a tabletop game in which you play as either the Founders or the Vox Populi as you fight for control of Columbia. (BioShock: Infinite, Culture, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

fallonluo68   807d ago | Spam
Derekvinyard13  +   807d ago
I'm not sure if this will sell to much on its own but maybe if there is a bundle or something
ArchangelMike  +   807d ago
Yeah it really need to be bundled with the game. I can't see people going out to get this once the game itself has already come and gone.
HissingMeat  +   803d ago
Well I'm one of those people. I'll totally buy this when it comes out. I have a boardgame party every other Friday, and this would be a nice addition to the mix. That being said, can't wait until Infinite either. Only 5 days left (6 if you count today).

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