Submitted by mephman 1705d ago | interview

GamingUnion.net: BioShock Infinite Interview

GamingUnion.net: "With our heads still spinning from the astounding (if heavily scripted) demo of Bioshock Infinite at GamesCom last week, we sat down with Irrational's Director of Product Development Timothy Gerritsen to see if we could squeeze any information out of him. What we got was a tantalising glimpse into the twisted world of Columbia." (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

bradlinho  +   1705d ago
Interesting stuff. Wonder what the "shimmering" thing is all about?
Hardedge  +   1705d ago
Good stuff, I'm getting pretty excited for this.
Selyah  +   1705d ago
This sounds pretty intriguing O.O
JDouglasGU  +   1705d ago
i'm very interested in what irrational is doing with infinite.
N4GAddict  +   1705d ago
I'm actually pretty excited for the new BioShock.
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MasterD919  +   1705d ago
Seems like everything will blend very nicely at least by the end of Infinite.

Really excited for this game.

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