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Submitted by MisterMarston 607d ago | review

BioShock Infinite Review - Explosion.com

"Is it someone new? Four words. Four seemingly innocuous words that, to the average gamer, mean very little. Yet to hardcore fans of the BioShock series these will be the first things you attach yourself to as you are welcomed to the flying city of Columbia by a shady looking priest. Swapping sea for sky, Ken Levine and his talented squad of developers (Irrational Games, 2K Marin) return to BioShock to deliver arguably this gaming generations’ final swan-song. Are 2K’s lofty ambitions fully realised in Infinite, or is this a game that flies too close to the proverbial sun that once set in Rapture little over six years ago…?" Gary Marston, Explosion.com (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 5/5

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