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Submitted by logiagamer 715d ago | article

Bioshock Infinite: Its shocking (and real) scientific theories

"The truth is stranger than fiction," says the adage, and Bioshock Infinite is no exception. The game is on the street, has garnered praise from the press , leads the sales numbers, and Internet forums explode with the different explanations of complex and subjective end.

With this post I will try to give a different perspective to the issue and show how the rich universe created by Irrational Games is based on scientific theories that were born early in the century, a period in which the title takes place. (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)
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