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Spoiling BioShock Infinite – why we live in a world of over-information | Thunderbolt

Edward Love, Thunderbolt writes:
Preface: anything mentioned in this piece doesn’t constitute a “spoiler” because it’s been discussed ad infinitum in the run-up to Infinite’s release. This is, after all, an opinion piece on the reasons not to spoil the game, so I’ve taken the job seriously. But if you wish to play the game utterly blind, as I did, then you might be best served disconnecting the internet and playing.

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UnHoly_One1203d ago

I couldn't agree with this any more. I usually avoid all press about a game once I decide I'm interested in it, and it makes them that much more enjoyable.

Much like this guy, I went into Bioshock Infinite almost completely blind, and it was awesome.

The whole of my knowledge of that game when I started it was:

1) Floating City

2) Skyrails

3) A girl that you were rescuing? kidnapping? I honestly had no idea.

4) Some big robot dudes were the new "big daddy"

And that was pretty much it. I had no idea that Elizabeth had any powers. Hell I didn't even know if she was ever going to be present during gameplay.

And it made it all the more enjoyable to discover all of that for myself.