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Submitted by Nercay 848d ago | review

Bioshock Infinite Review - Xbox Reviewer

It’s incredibly rare that any game can ever be classed as perfect, but Bioshock Infinite is as close as it’s ever going to get any time soon.

It all started with Andrew Ryan, the powerful business magnate who had created the vast underwater utopia known as Rapture, a place for society’s elite to dwell without the pressures of an overpowered government. But before the city under the sea there was the city in the sky, Columbia, built almost 48 years previous, held up via a mix of blimps and balloons (and a little bit of quantum levitation). (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 98/100

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