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Submitted by Pozzle 873d ago | opinion piece

What 'Bioshock Infinite' Gets Right

RM writes:

The original Bioshock was released in 2007 and quickly hailed as masterpiece; gamer haven IGN called it “a wake-up call to the industry at large.” On the surface, it just looked like another First-Person Shooter meant to infuriate (or distract) responsible adults. It was violent and dark, full of guns and gore. But, beneath the surface, Bioshock was dealing with serious, adult themes. The world was based on Ayn Rand’s philosophies and functioned as a not-so-subtle critique of their inevitable end. (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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