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Submitted by shaneryanTB 557d ago | review

Bioshock Infinite review | Thunderbolt

Matt Sawrey, Thunderbolt writes:
Columbia, Bioshock Infinite’s floating city in the sky, is a vividly imagined place, a marriage of impossible engineering and incredible artistry. Its buildings sway amongst the clouds buoyed atop huge zeppelins of air; its streets are lined with rose gardens, picnics, statues of the founding fathers and candy floss stalls, and its population is drunk on the religious and xenophobic preachings of its founder and self-styled prophet, Zachary Comstock. It’s a lavishly detailed landscape, a picture of early 20th century America at its most opulent, optimistic and frightening, and it’s an utter joy to simply soak in. (BioShock: Infinite, PC) 8/10

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