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Submitted by TheHip14 736d ago | article

Bioshock Infinite And The Future Of Storytelling In Gaming

We Got This Covered writes: Bioshock: Infinite, the latest from Irrational Games that, depending on how you approach it, can look like a magnum opus, or an overreaching Ouroboros; the same coin, a different perspective, to borrow the game’s own words. Few video games have stoked quite the conflagration of textual dissection this one has, which is a rare, welcome sight for a medium where “how does it play” is usually the primary point of interest. (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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