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Submitted by TheInfamousNolan 461d ago | review

4Player Video Review: Bioshock Infinite

4Player - "Every generation that has come along there have been those few memorable titles that, beyond being great experiences, really makes the player put down the controller and truly consider their actions and the implications of the story. 2007’s release of Bioshock by then 2K Boston and meant to be a spiritual successor to the beloved System Shock series, stands as one of those few. Your journey to the decimated city of Rapture at the bottom of the Atlantic was a roller coaster ride of self-discovery whose plot twist is easily one of the most talked about moments in video games since the dawn of achievements. 2K Marin would go on to make a sequel to the adventure under the sea but the newly redubbed Irrational Games had, dare I say, loftier plans for the franchise." (BioShock: Infinite, Irrational Games, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 90/100

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