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Submitted by reidpod 481d ago | article

Bioshock Infinite, Booker DeWitt and the Guilt of a Nation

Bioshock Infinite's Booker DeWitt seeks to overcome a dark past. Throughout the game, he (along with the floating city of Columbia) end up serving as analogies for American history as a whole.
Article contains plot spoilers. (BioShock, BioShock: Infinite, Culture, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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