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The Hall of Heroes: BioShock Infinite's Fort Frolic?

EuroGamer - We all went into BioShock Infinite expecting a bit of narrative duplicity - and boy did we get it - but once the frothing waters of the ending had grown still again in my head, the area of the game that left the greatest impression on me was the Hall of Heroes. People who go into these post-Looking Glass games seeking levels they can salute with the same pride as Thief 3's The Cradle or BioShock's Fort Frolic may want to turn their attention here. (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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