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Submitted by Pozzle 179d ago | opinion piece

BioShock Infinite: Burial At Sea Episode 2′s memorable moments make for a fitting finale

Edge Online: I finally ‘got’ BioShock’s ending about an hour after I went to bed. I finished playing the second half of Burial at Sea after a marathon session that ended at about half past midnight, after which my brain unclenched and started shuffling the pieces of its weird, convoluted jigsaw puzzle around in my subconscious. The little men went off to the filing cabinets where they’d stored the memories and thoughts I’d had about the previous instalments, blowing dust off old blueprints and corkboards with all the characters’ photographs connected by pieces of string. They studied them, drank black coffee, argued over their significance. Then an hour later, one of them ran up the stairs into my higher brain, barged open the door to where I was just falling asleep and went, “we’ve got it! This is what it all means!” (BioShock Infinite - Burial At Sea, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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