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Submitted by dorkjuice 575d ago | opinion piece

Three Reasons to be Excited about Bioshock Infinite

The writer could probably expand this list ten-fold, but for brevity's sake he just went with his top three reasons you should be excited about Bioshock Infinite. (BioShock, BioShock: Infinite, EA, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

opooqo  +   575d ago
Why isn't there more "life" in Bioshock Infinite? The world seems static, its like, as one reviewer put it, a theme park ride at a Disneyland. You can't touch, just ride and see.
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dorkjuice  +   575d ago
I'd have to say a part of me agrees with you on this one. I think that criticism comes from a semi-familiar thematic structure to Bioshock (and to some extent Bioshock 2). I think too that aesthetics clearly took center stage in the development of this title. Unfortunately those aesthetics sometimes verge on cartoonish which, for a Mature-rated title, is a little strange. All that being said, though, it's got a lot going for it.

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