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Submitted by AfricanWoolf 573d ago | opinion piece

All This Talk Of BioShock Infinite Could Ruin The Magic

"Wait, obviously I don’t mean what it seems I mean. Although when you see what I actually mean, despite what it seems, my meaning seems to fit." - Jake Woolf (Gaming Like A Sir Columnist) (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

ApolloTheBoss  +   573d ago
I might have to stay off N4G for a while becuase all of these Bioshock Ending articles are gonna ruin it for me.
coolbeans  +   573d ago
Haha I know what you mean, I caught a few snippets of themes/plot devices in the ending already. Most n4g users have been doing a great job with SPOILER warnings though (for the few articles I've glanced at) and I'm thankful for that.
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die_fiend  +   573d ago
You're lucky your non-comment there hasn't made me ruin it for u now. Keep your surfing habits to yourself, that's not what the comments section is for
dboyc310  +   573d ago
Actually I looked up the ending to get a better grasp on what I was going in to since I heard it was confusing as hell. After understanding parts of it I enjoyed the game better at the end since I had a clear understanding of what was going on.
die_fiend  +   573d ago
What?! You read the ending before you got to it? Isn't the idea that you're meant to work it out yourself? Or at least try? You sir are the weakest gamer I've come across. Why would someone spoil one of the greatest stories in gaming?!
dboyc310  +   573d ago
Doesn't apply only for games but also to movies and at times books. There is a difference from knowing and experiencing yourself. For me it's all about the experience.
die_fiend  +   573d ago
Wow. So u read about film endings before them? The experience is ruined when you know what's going to happen. But I'm guessing you can't be helped.

Your pic is Uncharted, did u look up the endings of those too? Cos those stories are much more one dimensional
dboyc310  +   573d ago
Didnt look them up but I eventually went through them since I'm in forums most of the times. Actually knowing what happens make me purchase the game even more to see how things play out. Like I said the experience is still there since it plays out differently than what I imagine in my head when I read about them.
RioKing  +   573d ago
TO EACH HIS OWN
die_fiend  +   573d ago
Ok but next time one of the greatest stories in gaming comes out, try using your brain and you might find that you appreciate it a lot more if you haven't spoilt the whole experience
tweet75  +   572d ago
reviewers should be vague in there descriptions. Like saying its an amazing world and a joy to play. Both true of BI.

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