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Submitted by bronxsta 861d ago | review

Bioshock Infinte Review | ShopTo

It has to be said that thanks to the wonderful storytelling, the outstanding performance of the cast and the simply wonderful design, Bioshock Infinite is a must play title. It may not be perfect, however every second you spend in clouds of Columbia will be time well spent. (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) -

"felt padded in the middle"?. Did this guy just copy and paste the cons from the IGN review?.
joab777  +   860d ago
Crazy, but maybe this game is soooo good that when looking for cons, only a couple things stand out even a little. I am fine with it because i actually like moments like that. When u r reviewing and in a hurry, u just wanna get through it. I wanna spend as long as possible in Columbia no matter what i am doing. I am an rpg enthusiast so i lovd down time in a game to do what i want without the pressing huge moment lingering over my head.

I hope this game gets fair treatment because bioshock games are a very different breed. So far so good. I cant wait to see if it beat Game Informers 9.75. How cant it? But they hav been off this yr from some reason, giving ni no kuni a 7. Oh well, it probably wont win goty b/c of next gen titles and gta5, but if i had to choose only one game to play this year, it would be Bioshock Infinite. I am sooo pissed my gamestop doesnt hav midnight release. They had one for crysis 3...wtf!!! Also, i hope it makes alot of money. We need a next gen bioshock. It will probably be set in an environment that we dont know its location til the end. That would ne cool. Or a multi dimensional city that changes all the time.
wotta  +   860d ago
Posted in wrong place.
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wotta  +   860d ago
I completed this game and reviewed it. I didn't even look at IGN's review, why would I?

If IGN agree with me that it feels padded in the middle, then they obviously saw it too.
bronxsta  +   861d ago
They are reviewing the same game, right? So wouldn't any flaws or pacing issues be similar?
MattyG  +   861d ago
Yeah, they would, but that is verbatim what the IGN review said. At the very least he could have reworded it. Not a huge deal, just a bit odd.
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