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Submitted by finite 564d ago | review

Bioshock Infinite Review (Invision Game Community)

In the very beginning, Infinite intentionally relates and distances itself to the original, with morally ambiguous hero Booker DeWitt arriving at a lighthouse in the middle of the sea. He’s here to find a girl, and he’s got all the embittered irreverence and world-weary posturing you might imagine for someone who, at first glance, is straight out of the Bro-Dude handbook. (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 5/5

toxic-inferno  +   564d ago
With every review I see, I become more and more excited about playing Bioshock Infinite! It's sitting right beside me at this very moment, but I refuse to start it until I've finished Mass Effect 2!
finite  +   564d ago
Then you have mass effect 3 and all the DLC content :)... if you have Bioshock and love the game make sure you pick up the season pass ... for all new content coming soon.

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