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Submitted by lifesanrpg 531d ago | video

What if Columbia was created in Minecraft?

GameZone writes, "There's no denying the world that Irrational Games created in BioShock Infinite was beautiful. Visuals aside, the sheer size and detail put into the city of Columbia was breathtaking. From the concept of a floating city to the marvelous building architecture, Columbia has easily carved its spot as one of my favorite video game settings. Of course, to truly be considered a great setting, it must pass one very critical step: the Minecraft test." (BioShock: Infinite, Minecraft, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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xHeavYx  +   532d ago
Looks pretty coo
TrevorPhillips  +   531d ago
looks so awesome! :)
valormeer  +   531d ago
What if..No one cared?

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eliteslaya13  +   531d ago
Impressive. Now do it to scale.

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