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Submitted by pixlbit 679d ago | opinion piece

Shock the Body: The Evolution of BioShock Infinite

PixlBit | "Irrational has honed their gameplay to new levels with each of their releases, from System Shock 2 to the upcoming BioShock Infinite. The defining elements of Irrational’s game design started off in a much more basic form with System Shock 2. When looking back at the success of that first game and its initially groundbreaking fighting mechanics, it becomes a little difficult to watch and replay today, considering how far Irrational games has come. However, the once simplistic mechanics from System Shock 2 has evolved into a refined railway shooter in BioShock Infinite. So let’s take a look at where Irrational has been as we look forward to where they are going." (BioShock, BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, System Shock, System Shock 2, Xbox 360)

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