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Submitted by ShadyDevil 1030d ago | review

Bioshock: Infinite Review-TGH

TGH Writes: "From the moment you enter into BioShock Infinite’s alternate world of 1912 you’re set on an uneasy path of redemption over your shrouded past. Enter the city of Columbia and you’re greeted with good intentions and soothing music. It just goes to show that we’re all just playing into the hands of Irrational Games. But with the change of setting, does BioShock still feel like a world that you want to get lost in? Is Infinite really a continuation of the series, or is Bioshock best kept underwater?" (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 4.5/5

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