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Submitted by kyon147 599d ago | news

Bioshock Infinite Alternative Covers Available to Download Today

The alternative covers for Bioshock Infinite are available today to download (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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ThichQuangDuck  +   598d ago
I hope they eventually make a few dealing with the ending. Would just look really nice. Trying to avoid spoilers,but there is a lot that could be done there artistically
Oldman100  +   598d ago
It would be nice if they included versions with each consoles logo template at the top and side. I find that alternate cover arts seem to be a bit off without it.

Anyways I shouldn't be complaining, it's awesome of Irrational to do this for their fans. I wish every game had official downloadable alternate cover arts.
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kyon147  +   598d ago
Yeah I get what you mean with the logos. Maybe they wanted to show off all of the art rather than clutter it? Just a random guess.

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