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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 863d ago | review

HardOCP- BioShock Infinite[PC] Review

HCP:Any fans of the BioShock series will be pleased with this new addition to the series. We are bombarded by extreme lighting scenarios that bring scenes to life. This was a nice change compared to the dark holes we are usually dragging ourselves out of. Irrational Games clever tweaking of Unreal Engine 3 also allowed the use of some DX11 graphics options available. These include ambient occlusion, post processing, and dynamic shadows. These options combined with the high resolution textures (exclusive for the PC) made our gameplay experience in BioShock Infinite that much better. It should be comforting for gamers and enthusiasts to know that in order to achieve the best possible experience at 1080p, an NVIDIA Geforce GTX 660 Ti or AMD Radeon HD 7870 would provide this experience with plenty of extra performance left over. (BioShock: Infinite, PC) -

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