Ken Levine defends BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 1's length

BioShock creator Ken Levine has defended the length of Infinite's first proper slice of story DLC, Burial at Sea Episode 1, which can be finished in under two hours.

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gillri1739d ago

\Well if it 2/3 hours long and the second one is the same then a 4/5 hour bit of DLC is quite good if its all quality content.

A bit like Minerva's Den but with all new assets, so whats the problem guys?

_FantasmA_1739d ago

Minervas Den was boring? The main game was 1000 times better, but it just needed a boss at the end like Atlas.

XXXL1739d ago

I'm looking forward to it any new bioshock is fine by me

coolbeans1739d ago (Edited 1739d ago )

Last I heard, each of these is costing $9.99 each (Story 1 + 2) on marketplace (correct me if I'm wrong). I can understand players being frustrated at that. Heck, Alan Wake's DLC's had around the same runtime and only cost $6.99 for each of the pair; but even then, The Signal (part 1 of 2) came free with every new copy of AW.


Leave it to the games that did fair pricing in DLC's, and even LE's, to not sell billions of copies.

gillri1739d ago

well the season pass is only £13.50 that gives you a nice discount

CocoWolfie1739d ago

two to three hours are similar to any blockbuster movie :) more than enough playtime, especially considering how the walking dead's episodes were less than that.

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