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Submitted by JJRivers 520d ago | article

BioShock Infinite - (Fake) Review - The Armchair Empire

From the satirical review:

"This brings us to the conclusion of BioShock Infinite, which is so moving, so soul-wrenching that even the most intellectual player will simply spray gasoline on his couch, light a match, and let the inferno consume the part of them that played video games. There’s nothing else to do once you have allowed nirvana to touch your soul; when the gods have penetrated your mind and rearranged your being you are someone else. Now go build a school in Africa." (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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