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Submitted by Lavalamp 744d ago | opinion piece

Why does BioShock Infinite need to be non-violent?

Jim Sterling writes, "Why does BioShock Infinite need to be non-violent? Of course, it doesn't. And I can't help feeling those demanding non-violence are missing the entire point, expecting things from a game that never led anybody to expect them." (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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