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Submitted by HovisClam 714d ago | article

Bioshock Infinite: The Siege of Columbia

CalmDownTom takes a in depth look at the board game set in the Bioshock Infinite universe.

"We were intrigued at the thought of a boardgame based on a videogame; would it translate and, more importantly, where would you plug the controller in? Now, if like us, you are thinking that taking a vast and beautiful world such as Columbia and putting in onto a board would leave you with a simple and shallow affair, you could not be further from the truth" says CalmDownTom (BioShock: Infinite, Culture)

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