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Submitted by IanVanCheese 485d ago | review

Bioshock Infinite BradyGames Guide Review

VideoGamesUncovered writes: "Reviewing a guide is a strange experience, sitting somewhere between a hardware and a software review. On the one hand it serves a distinct purpose like a piece of hardware and can be judged on how well it serves that purpose, but on the other hand it’s also extremely subjective as to how ‘good’ it is as a guide overall. It all just makes my head hurt so I went about things the rational way and played the game using the guide to see how useful it was. I came back with a resounding “it was alright”." (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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