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Submitted by shinobi89 646d ago | opinion piece

Bioshock Infinite: I've Got a Songbird in My Heart

Now that Bioshock Infinite has had the time to steep in his brain like a bitter sweet coffee brew, Chris Urie realized that the Songbird is his favorite character in the entire game. (BioShock: Infinite, Culture, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

shinobi89  +   646d ago
Thank you for the corrections/reports. Hopefully I've fixed them.
Volitiel  +   646d ago
Excellent article! 100% agree. Since finishing this game, my mind and heart seems to always come back to Songbird when thinking about my experience with this game.
Blacklash93  +   646d ago
I really wish they did more with him in Infinite and I believe that's the biggest missed opportunity of the game. He barely showed up at all and his character clearly deserved more spotlight.

Despite that, his devotion to Elizabeth was successfully conveyed and his death did still manage to resonate with me a bit. Still wish that it got more screen-time, though. Maybe he'll be more fleshed out in one of the DLC's.
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