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Submitted by Phil32 342d ago | review

Better Late Than Never Reviews: BioShock Infinite (PS3, 360, PC) Review | SuperPhillip Central

"Meet Booker DeWitt. He's taken to a lighthouse on a secluded island courtesy of a mysterious married couple. His objective is stated short and succinctly: "Bring us the girl and wipe away the debt." However ambiguous this mission is to the player, Booker takes it on, entering the lighthouse, reaching its top, and enters into a chair. The chair propels Booker miles into the sky, upon then the sight of Columbia, a breathtaking city above the clouds is revealed. The goal now is simple-- find a girl named Elizabeth and escape with her from her confines in Columbia." (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 9.5/10

TomShoe  +   341d ago
10/10

Would play a million times over
AnotherProGamer  +   341d ago
It's 6/10 at best

Mediocre gameplay and inconsistent and convoluted story with a nice art style

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