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Submitted by colossalblue 735d ago | review

Review: BioShock Infinite | TheSixthAxis

"From the beginning you can tell something isn’t quite right with BioShock Infinite. And, thankfully, that’s exactly how a BioShock game should be; as with Rapture, there’s something extremely unsettling about the city of Columbia – something other than the ahead-of-its-time quantum levitation keeping the city afloat and the humanoid automatons protecting the citizens." (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 10/10

dafegamer  +   735d ago
I knew it. Bioshock always had the best storytelling in videogames. Easily the best fps adventure this generation
SDF Repellent  +   735d ago
I wasn't planning to get this game until later on but I will bite the bullet and get, this could be the GOTY.

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