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Submitted by skawtch 707d ago | news

Bioshock Infinite “blasphemy” doesn’t discriminate: ESRB

The ESRB responds to the lack of religion descriptors in its Bioshock Infinite rating (BioShock: Infinite, Culture, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

oof46  +   703d ago
**Spoilers!***

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The game doesn't discriminate against any religion. Basically, Booker is a deeply flawed man. If he rejects the baptism, he stays Booker Dewitt, a flawed and troubled man who turns to gambling and drinking. If he accepts the baptism, he becomes Comstock: A flawed and troubled religious zealot.

The main point: It does not criticize religion. It highlights that Booker/Comstock is an inherently bad person.

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