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Submitted by TheSuperior 572d ago | article

BioShock Infinite Decoded

***Spolier Alert- This article contains spoilers about Bioshock Infinite’s plotline. Don’t read if you haven’t finished the game***

Gamers have been anticipating Bioshock Infinite for quite some time now. After the release many are calling Bioshock Infinite a “Perfect 10” or “Game of the Generation”. It’s a game with an amazing storyline, great graphics and wonderful gameplay. After finishing the game, many gamers are left wondering more about the plotline or certain things in the game. If that is the case, we here at GamersBliss.com have you covered. This article will showcase some facts and interesting points that players may not have known about the game. (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

TheSuperior  +   572d ago
*(Spolier Alert)*

Was anyone else confused with the bloody nose? And why could Elizebeth open tears but never once when she was locked in that tower did she excape through a tear?
Conzul  +   572d ago
The tower was draining her power in order to float the city - remember?

The bloody nose was because Booker was taken into the game's main universe from another one, and the conflicting memories started to mess with his head.
donkeynutz  +   572d ago
@TheSuperior the bloody nose was because of his flashbacks..as for the second question im not sure either.
irokster  +   572d ago
I think he bled because somehow he was someone brought in through a tear because if you notice when he checks the blood his hands flicker like the stuff that elizabeth brings in through a tear but somehow she doesn't flicker at all.
Earendil_aod  +   572d ago
My first comment, so hopefully I can be of some use in this.

Spoilers obviously, but...

Elizabeth did mention that when she was younger, she could create tears as well as exploit existing ones. Comstock had a "Cipher" installed to dampen/leash her powers.

At the end on the Hand of the Prophet, you instruct the Songbird to destroy it which restores Elizabeth's powers in full.
kneon  +   572d ago
A bloody nose is a typical side effect of travelling through time or between universes.
Morpheuzpr  +   572d ago
The bloody nose was the effect of having conflicting memories (same person having 2 different memories of a particular moment) or overridden. I think I'm the only one thinking that this game is overrated and that people think it's great b/c it has a good but very convoluted story. But as a game IMO it's just another FPS, thou riding the skylines was fun.
TheGrimBunny  +   572d ago
Awesome article!
Decaf_PIxel_Kat  +   572d ago
Bioshock is a great series!

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