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Submitted by Lavalamp 492d ago | opinion piece

What Games Are: Bioshock Infinite and that old ‘pew pew pew’ feeling

EDGE: "Playing mouse-and-keyboard games is something I really can’t do any more. About 13 years ago I injured my back and shoulders – a case of overenthusiastic yoga – and developed a sciatica-like condition in my hands and arms. It comes and goes, mostly depending on strain and how often I get to an osteopath. But when I hold my fingers like a cat perched over my WASD, I later regret it.

But sometimes I give it a go anyway, because a game comes out that I think is worth risking it for. Recently, it was BioShock Infinite, a game that my Twitter feed raved about for a week. I installed a Windows partition on my Mac just to play it." (BioShock: Infinite, Culture)

Wni0  +   492d ago
interesting article.

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