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Submitted by Pozzle 464d ago | review

BioShock Infinite: Review | Here Is The City

HITC writes:

The moment I realised that BioShock Infinite was something really special was not the Close Encounters-like summoning of the floating city of Colombia or the Inception-styled fever dream-like ending, but instead it was when I picked up one of the audio journals dotted around that shared the views of the game's primary antagonist, Prophet Zachary Comstock, on Baptism. He asks whether baptism erases a sinner and makes a righteous man or if each person remains “both sinner and saint until revealed by the eyes of man”. This, I realised, was a religious take on superposition in quantum theory. (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 5/5

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