We went to the local French bistro for Bastille day. The accordionist* started playing “La Vie en Rose.”
At the top of the "Places We Weren't Expecting To See BioShock Infinite Referenced" list, Disney Infinity. I guess they both have the whole "Infinity" thing going, but a kid-friendly imagination game seems an odd place for a recreation of the floating town filled with racists and murderers. Have fun, kids!
So the weekly email from a Friendly Local Game Store included an announcement for this game. Spoilers ahead if you haven't played the video game yet.
It'd be pretty awesome you guys.
I enjoyed Bioshock 1. B2, not so much but that was mainly because I felt I was retreading 1 and it simply didn't have the same impact, for the most part.
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A solid soundtrack can often elevate a good game to a great or even spectacular experience - but with Bioshock Infinite, music can be both an important world building device and a metatextual commentary on the true natures of the game's main characters. I wanted to delve a little bit into some select songs from the…
(There will be HUGE spoilers in this post!) From the moment I heard it, I knew Bioshock Infinite would be one of the most special experiences in games this year. I, as Booker DeWitt, had only just been cast onto the skyward grounds of Columbia, and was drinking in the atmosphere of a small flower stall. And then,…
Thank the Lord for heathen delivery services who deliver on Good Friday, unlike the Royal Mail.
So my copy arrived yesterday and instead of catching up on TV or doing laundry or any of the twenty responsible things I should have done, I spent four hours playing Bioshock Infinite. If you've played a Bioshock game before, the gameplay isn't going to be anything terribly surprising to you. The biggest departure so…
Anna Moleva does it again with an amazing photoshoot based on Elizabeth's first in-game outfit.