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BioShock Infinite (2013) Game Information

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BioShock Infinite (2013)
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Overall Rank:

115

Avg. Rating:

4.75/5

# of Ratings:

2

US Release Date:

03/26/2013

Platform:

PC (Steam)

ESRB Rating:

M
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Developer:

Irrational Games

Publisher:

2K

Genres:

Action (First-Person Shooter)

Synopsis:

Taking place before the events of BioShock, players will take on the role of Booker DeWitt a former Pinkerton agent looking for a break. He finds it when he is called to Columbia, a city in the sky, to rescue Elizabeth, a girl who has been kept imprisoned there her entire life. Yet when he succeeds, he finds a bond with the girl and the two will have to use their combined power to outwit enemies both human and mechanical and escape the floating city before it falls from the sky.

Also Available On:

PlayStation 3, Xbox 360

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01/31/2015 (2 of 2 found this helpful)

Effective Anti-Tea-Party Propaganda

“BioShock Infinite” (“Infinite”) is the third in a series of well-liked FPSes that began not-so-long ago in 2007. After two games in the series that were practically carbon copies of each other, I was dubious that “Infinite” would actually do anything to improve on a completely average gameplay formula and keep the excellent writing going that finally delivered what I expected in the “BioShock 2” DLC, “Minerva’s Den.” All I can say is that I’m no longer dubious.

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“Infinite” breaths new life into the drab-but-competent environments and hideously mutated characters of the ‘BioShock’ franchise by placing the game’s action in a fully functioning utopia that begins to slowly fall apart during the actual course of the game. Instead of dro...

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