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Submitted by Pozzle 663d ago | review

'Bioshock: Infinite' Review: What Can It Teach Conservatives About Racism? | PolicyMic

No, Bioshock: Infinite is not anti-conservative, anti-Republican, or anti-Tea Party. It is quite rightly a story whose main villan is a racist neo-confederate who believes slavery was a good Godly thing that we should go back to. You are tasked to end his tyranny by all means necessary. How on earth a game with such a plot be a bad thing? (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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