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Submitted by honestgamer 784d ago | review

BioShock Infinite review (HonestGamers)

Mike Suskie writes: "I'm used to BioShock games tucking their most important characters away in other rooms, so seeing Irrational put so much effort into someone who's at the very forefront from the get-go works wonders to make me feel more connected to the story's happenings. Booker may be the hero, and he's no slacker in the character development field himself, but Infinite is Elizabeth's show." (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 9/10

Flavor  +   784d ago
I dunno.. it was a typical sidekick helper character..open dat door, gimme dat health, fit through this vent...

Its a good game but the way people are gushing over it makes it apparent the studios are desperate for profitable new IP's and are willing to spend big in the PR department.

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