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Submitted by GadgetGooch 804d ago | review

Bioshock Infinite: Bioshockingly Good | TruTechNoid

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"Bioshock Infinite is an original FPS with a colourful world that puts all FPS’S to shame. The graphics are without a doubt some of the best I have ever seen, and I spent hours just exploring the vibrant and perfectly detailed vintage world. Infinite is not a direct sequel/prequel to any of the Bioshock games, although it does hold similarities to its preprocessors game play. The year is 1912 and you play Booker Dewitt a former Pinkerton agent sent to the sky city Columbia to rescue a young girl named Elizabeth. Once there, exploration is key, with tonnes of collectables, items and wonderful scenery, it took me a good few hours to get through the first area as I was looking at everything and everyone." (BioShock: Infinite, PS3) 4.5/5

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