Submitted by -Mezzo- 959d ago | opinion piece

'Now Is The Best Time': A Critique Of BioShock Infinite

Kotaku - I always found Metal Gear Solid 4 to be not a brilliant game, but a fascinating one. A mad ideologue glutted with tech retreads, again and again, the narrative he's always dreamed of, and has never been able to get quite right. (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

GusBricker  +   958d ago
Would you kindly just enjoy the game.
dboyc310  +   958d ago
I thought religion was going to have a way stronger sense in the game seeing how one of the people working on it almost quit his job. That being said though it was a well crafted game.
HammadTheBeast  +   958d ago
I think they replaced a bit of that with Nationalism. All in all, it was a great game, and is well deserving of its score.

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