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Submitted by thegamingadvisory21 746d ago | review

BioShock Infinite Review: The Great SongBird | TGA

When the original Bioshock hit the market in 2008 it was received with very high praise, it received the game of the year and a changed the way a FPS is played. It took players to a under water city called Rapture, and was a perfect mold of a RPG and FPS, coupled with a great story. Then came the lack-lustered Bioshock 2 which brought you back to Rapture and was clearly a step backwards. Now with a new developer, Irrational Games, taking the reigns and taking the setting out of Rapture, we are now blessed with a third game Bioshock Infinite. We all have our questions, is it good? Will it be the best? And will we love it? And the answer is yes. (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 10/10

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