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BioShock Infinite Spoiler-Free Review ~ ThirtyAndNerdy

BioShock Infinite is a piece of entertainment that will likely be talked about for years to come. We can talk about Infinite’s portrayal of sexisim, racism, real-life history, religion, class systems, and a whole slew of other “ism’s”, anecdotes and metaphorical analogies. ThirtyAndNerdy.com's Matt Strnad cannot wait for enough time to pass in which it becomes safe to openly talk about the final moments of Infinite’s narrative without spoiling them for other people — they’re that powerful. Until then... Here's a "spoiler-free" review of Irrational Games' latest. (BioShock: Infinite, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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