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Submitted by Looselemon 780d ago | review

BioShock: Infinite review | Loose Lemon Gaming

BioShock Infinite is infinitely shocking! This first person shooting game literally redefines the word unpredictable. It is the third and the most anticipated instalment of the BioShock series developed by Irrational Games. The gameplay is based in a city that floats in the sky, so there is definitely nothing rational about Infinite! Nevertheless, the setting is entirely convincing. Its gripping storyline, hard core action, intense characterization and exquisite visual effects make Infinite one of the most spectacular games to be released in recent times. Every BioShock Infinite review praises the game for its ability to instantly connect with players. (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 9/10

BattleReach  +   780d ago
Who, another 9. Surprise.
sdozzo  +   780d ago
I Believe It's Whoa
Looselemon  +   780d ago
It's a good game, what do you expect?

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