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Submitted by Linko64 522d ago | review

Bioshock Infinite Review [Gamer Euphoria]

Gamer Euphoria writes:

''Ahead of you looms a dark, moody and mysterious lighthouse sitting in the middle of the ocean, separate from land and lore alike. You’re plonked at its entrance and forced to explore what’s inside, and what’s already a mystery in itself is simply a conduit to more intrigue. Six years ago, you entered a lighthouse and plunged into the depths of the ocean below to explore the vast wilderness of Rapture and the horrors that lay within. This year, that lighthouses thrusts you in the opposite direction to a land sitting not with the fishes but with the birds, and suddenly all that mystery becomes an empty canvas with each piece of the picture becoming apparent the more you explore it.'' (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3) 9.4/10

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