If you still have questions about BioShock Infinite, maybe this will help. Or maybe it will just confuse you more.
Oh dope! This has all the voxophones that I missed.
I missed so many Voxophones.
God, I loved Bioshock Infinite. It really makes you think, unless you're a lazy ass who doesn't care. Also, it would appear that I may have missed a few Voxophones...
nice answers. this is what keeps this game going. all sorts of mysteries to unravel.
Spoilers! My theories are, 1. Song Bird is a failed Booker melded to the song bird similar to A human and a Big Daddy. Further evidence points to them all dying by drowning. Comstock was strangled in the fountain, booker was drowned at baptism, song bird was drowned at the bottom of rapture. And leading to my second part. Andrew Ryan died with his head under water (beneath the sea in rapture). 2. The whole after credit baby scene isn't really Elizabeth, but due to changing history his son is Andrew Ryan. It would explain the Baithosphere. (A bit of a stretch but a hunch)
I almost got all the Voxophones. Made me so mad I came up just a little short!
I feel like this game's "complexity" is similar to how Inception was so difficult for so many people to follow.
Never found it complex myself, it was just a nice story
Then you weren't paying attention. SPOILERS AHOY! The ending doesn't make sense because it can't. Because of the many worlds interpretation it doesn't matter what you do or don't do, it's all going to happen anyway so there is no point in trying to go back and change things because you can't because you already did, and didn't ;) "Those who are not shocked when they first come across quantum theory cannot possibly have understood it." - Niels Bohr. "If you are not completely confused by quantum mechanics, you do not understand it." - John Wheeler.
The only question I have is why does this game have a 95 on metacritic?
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