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Submitted by Dailynch 735d ago | review

BioShock Infinite Review - X360

X360: BioShock Infinite is on track to become one of the highest-rated games of the generation, but just why is Irrational’s game so ground-breaking? Find out in X360′s extensive review… (BioShock: Infinite, Xbox 360) 9/10

clintagious650  +   735d ago
For the 1st 45 minutes ive just been exploring & checking out the carnival. The world just feels trippy.
Summons75  +   735d ago
Can not wait till payday for thiss
Jagsrock  +   735d ago
Such a good game, just met up with Elizabeth. I love how Columbia is gorgeous yet so creepy and unsettling at the same time.
clintagious650  +   735d ago
Yeah if u ever got that feeling of photos of ppl and u get that odd feeling like the photos are watching u while u walk by, thats exactly how I feel in this game. Thats what i meant when I said the world feels trippy & 77 is a creepy number lol.

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