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Submitted by gamekoop 118d ago | article

Five Life-Changing Lessons I Learned from Bioshock

GameKoop's Jack Ryan writes, "News of developer Irrational Games’ essentially closing it’s doors, and the dismissal of all but 15 of its employees who will continue to develop games under a new name, is no longer gracing the front page of gaming news sites. However, the impact and what it all means moving forward are still very much settling in for me. As the company announced its massive consolidation in what seems to be a shift into the booming indie market, I sat teary eyed at my computer on a sunny afternoon. This is because Bioshock, the developers’ most acclaimed creation, is no ordinary franchise, and I am no ordinary fan of it." (Bioshock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode 2, BioShock Infinite: Clash in the Clouds, BioShock: Infinite, Irrational Games, PS3, Xbox 360)

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