Submitted by thatweirdkiid 900d ago | article

Bioshock Infinite: Easter Egg Guide (Spoilers)

Everyone loves the big games that put a lot of money into making it as pretty as possible. Whether it be with cool weapons, epic environments, polished npc’s e.c.t. But what I love about the really intelligent games is when they hide the small, interesting details. In gamer terms these are called Easter eggs, namely because you have to find them. They normally explain some lore friendly story, pay tribute to other games or are simply the designers messing about. Bioshock infinite has plenty to find. I’ve done my research and I’ve found a bunch for you to look out for on your way through Columbia. (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

MkaY  +   900d ago
Good one! :)
joab777  +   900d ago
I thought I knew everything lol but I missed the possession whisper. I have a pretty good headset too. Now I gotta go back and see that.
Conzul  +   900d ago
I liked the one in the arcade where Elizabeth walks up to a game and comments that it got delayed like 3 times before coming out. Wonder if that's a tongue-in-cheek reference to Bioshock Infinite itself, heheh.

Or that guy hiding in the room near the first treasure chest who says not to worry about him because he's a "progressive". Cute.
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cerpintaxt44  +   900d ago
nice list well done sir
Link2DaFutcha  +   899d ago
great job

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