OXCGN: "Many moons later, we have the next game from Irrational Games, the people behind the original title, this time taking place in the air and called BioShock Infinite. In short, this game is the best game you’ll play this year."
Wow that's a pretty big endorsement
Damn I've got to play this game.
I gotta finish it this weekend. Got into a bit of a lull in the middle there but it's no less compelling
Bioshock Infinite is indeed the best game you'll play this year. Unless, that is if you own a PS3. In which case that title belongs to The Last of Us.
Last of Us isn't out yet :P
I know I'm among the minority, but I'm not that interested in Last of Us. A post apocalyptic zombie...oops infected...game that looks like I Am Legend. It does look like it's focusing on story though at least.
Certainly there aren't too many other big titles releasing this year that are this unique
Wow, I'd say you guys liked it ;) Great game indeed, was well worth the wait.
Are you sure? Didn't they say that it was the game of the century in that last paragraph? I guess they liked it :p
It's a big call. Sure, it's a great game from what I've played so far, but GOTY? Time will tell.
I guess most others are sequels and they don't tend to be GOTY.
I just think it's a massive call to throw out in the first 1/4 of the year. Tomb Raider was a really polished title, worthy enough to give Infinite a run for it's money so far. TLoU looks impressive, as does Metro: Last Light. SC: Blacklist looks like it might recapture the magic of early SC games, and Watch Dogs intrigues me as a new IP. Not to mention GTA V, as Rockstar are known for creating quality games. There is a lot of quality still left to experience before the year is up.
actually tomb raider single player will give it a run for it's money the multiplayer just flat out sux. they shoudn't have added multiplayer to tomb raider it's just dumb.
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