40°
Submitted by JBallerX 740d ago | opinion piece

The end of the epic: why the success of Bioshock Infinite is bad for gaming

Phil Hartup of New Statesman hated the critically acclaimed blockbuster. And he thinks you should too. (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Gaming101  +   740d ago
Phil Hartup is a dumb, self important retard, and he thinks everyone should know that as well.
urwifeminder  +   740d ago
I never liked the other games so that's why I never got it who knows a $5 steam sale I can play five minutes like most games and never touch it again ha.Im more of a collector than a player these days stories are getting in the way of me playing.
medman  +   739d ago
Phil hard up. The name tells you everything you need to know about the man.

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
40°

Top 5 Controversies that Rocked the Gaming Industry

35m ago - GameSkinny member Mark_TGG takes a look at 5 controversies that changed gaming. | PC
20°

Hoplite Cheats & Strategy Guide: 4 Awesome Tips You Need to Know

36m ago - Hoplite is a turn-based strategy game developed by Magma Fortress, which aims to make you think b... | iPhone
Ad

Visit CGMagazine: The Culture of Games

Now - CGM is for the mature audience of comics and games that wants more out of their media than just a review score. | Promoted post
20°

Rumour: Steam Summer Sale 2015 starting June 11?

37m ago - The Steam Summer Sale has become a part of every PC gamers summer for the past several years , bu... | PSP
30°

About 10 million Germans Play on the Tablet

49m ago - Four out of ten people in this country have a Tablet PC. 61 percent, so the vast majority of them... | Mobile
20°

Splatoon promotion splats UK skatepark

51m ago - To promote the release of the Splatoon, Nintendo has taken over the Adrenaline Alley skatepark in... | Wii U