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Submitted by -Mezzo- 658d ago | review

Gi - BioShock Infinite (Xbox 360) Review

Gi - Most gamers will likely never forget the time they first caught a glimpse of the underwater dystopia that was Rapture. Andrew Ryan’s crumbling city full of plasmids and Big Daddies made the first BioShock a crowning achievement of the first person shooter genre and one of the most recognized games of all time. At first glance, BioShock Infinite will strike many as an almost re-skin of its predecessor with yet another gun-toting, power-wielding hero discovering the corrupted underbelly of a mythical locale that is led by an ego-maniacal tyrant. What follows, however, is an experience that incorporates similar motifs but is an entirely different beast altogether. And boy, is it one hell of a ride. (BioShock: Infinite, Xbox 360) 95/100

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