Submitted by ppazuzu 962d ago | opinion piece

The bird, or the cage: What BioShock Infinite says about choice and fatalism

IncGamers' Peter Parrish and Tim McDonald discuss the ways in which BioShock Infinite approaches themes of choice and fatalism through its storytelling and gameplay. (BioShock: Infinite, PC)

ziggurcat  +   962d ago
seeing as how it makes no difference in the overall story whether you choose the bird or the cage, i don't it really says anything. in fact, none of the "choices" have any consequences.
sdozzo  +   962d ago
and that's the point. Read the article.
Rhaigun  +   962d ago
Best discussion I've seen on this game so far.
ywuoisdf   962d ago | Spam

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