BioShock Infinite Creator Ken Levine Talks 1999 Mode, BioShock Movie And Occupy Movements

Forbes - Irrational Games’ BioShock Infinite is already receiving rave reviews ahead of its official launch on March 26. That’s good news for publisher 2K Games, a division of Take-Two Interactive. The BioShock franchise has stood out as one of the most original game franchises of all time.

BioShock Infinite pushes things even further with a new open world setting atop the floating city of Columbia. It’s one of the most gorgeous games I’ve ever seen, and its story promises to engage gamers in a complex adventure with deep political and historical undertones. Ken Levine, head of Irrational Games, talks about his new masterpiece in the interview below. Be sure to check out the game in action in the videos below.

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jagiii1763d ago

Ken Levine is such an intelligent, innovative game developer.

Kanzes1763d ago

The guy's a genius! He can really create a story that something beyond our imagination.

darthv721763d ago

make a proper revival of system shock now that bioshock has done so well.

barb_wire1763d ago

@ darth

Unfortunately EA owns 'System Shock' and they have no interest in reviving it.. damn shame too, cause after that ending in 'System Shock 2' we NEED closure.

Perjoss1763d ago

There's a whole other reason that a true System Shock 2 sequel is not possible right now, EA only owns the name, the rights are still owned by an insurance company (this happened when Looking Glass went under). To make a true sequel you need both the rights and ownership of the franchise name.

Conzul1763d ago

I am such a fan of this guy. Good Twitt'er too.

ziggurcat1763d ago

pre-ordered back in july last year (since it was going to originally be out in the fall).

can't wait to finally play this game!

IQUITN4G1763d ago

1999 mode is appreciated

HarryKawkReturns1763d ago

Hahahaha, I thought they used a picture of Ethan Mars from Heavy Rain for the article preview picture.

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