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Submitted by Pozzle 784d ago | opinion piece

Is BioShock Infinite The Last Gasp For The Triple-A "Art Game"?

ReadWrite writes:

When it comes to video games, the death knell is rung loudly and frequently. In an industry so intrinsically tied to technological innovation, we won't stop hearing any time soon about what former trend or gaming mainstay has its head on the chopping block. The most recent forecast from worried gaming circles: original, story-driven, triple-A games are too bloated and risky to survive in a cheaper, stripped-down and more mobile world. Unfortunately, there's a lot of evidence backing this claim up. (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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