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Submitted by -Mezzo- 838d ago | opinion piece

BioShock Infinite's interesting parallels to BioShock

GamesRadar - If you’ve finished up Irrational Games’ BioShock Infinite, no doubt there were quite a few things in the floating city of Columbia that felt... familiar. Some things might have been coincidental, but others were just... just too close, right? (BioShock, BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

nan0  +   838d ago
Cool, yeah I heard a whole in depth thing about how the( SPOILER ALERT!!!!!)

Biospheres (is that what they're called?) that you go into being only able to work with people who have genetics directly to Andrew Ryan.

That would mean Booker is either closely related OR Andrew Ryan in another "world"

"There’s always a lighthouse, there’s always a man, there’s always a city"
nan0  +   838d ago
Also, in continuance of that....

Another Spoiler I might add....

If you are Andrew Ryan, Anna is His son in the 1st bioshock. Both are forced to kill you. Both are repeating the same loop over and over (Booker went through Columbia 122 times, that's why the bell pattern is 122 and also all the times it says heads on the twins sandwich board when he flips the coin)
Kurt Russell  +   838d ago
Dies, died, will die.

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