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Submitted by Simeon Paskell 877d ago | review

Bioshock Infinite Review | D+PAD

D+PAD writes:

A lighthouse gleams in the murky distance, choppy seas accompanying your progress towards the dimming light. Clues to your identity are to be found in a wooden box offered with little explanation. Once inside a journey starts to a fantastical world… Bioshock Infinite plays fast and loose with the parallels to the original Bioshock in ways you might expect, and then, as the game progresses, in ways which play on this very expectation. But like everything in this meticulously crafted game nothing is done without purpose or meaning; this is no re-tread merely transposing the ocean for the sky, but an evolution of everything the original game did so well with enough surprises to keep the game feeling fresh throughout. (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 5/5

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