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Games Bioshock Infinite

Published on September 5th, 2018 | by voxx

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Bioshock Infinite

In Bioshock Infinite you play as Booker Dewitt, a soldier who has been tasked to find a girl called Elizabeth who can open up tears that take you to different worlds. While you are with this girl, Comstock and his cronies are on a mission to kill you. You go to a place called Columbia, which is a floating city filled with people living happily, until Booker’s true mark comes in full sight. He is named the ‘’false shepherd’’, and thus every person wants him gone.

Booker knows how to fight and drinking special salts/vigors grants him extra powers, such as devil kiss and possession. He can also use his hook hand to grab onto buildings and skylines, which can come in very useful. However, as you play you find he’s not very bright, he blows his fuse often, and he has a secret…

There are loads of good points about this game.

The graphics are amazing
The voice actors are brilliant
There is good combat
There is a good story
The animations are lifelike.

As for bad points, there are none.

Once you get a chance to play the game, you’ll enjoy the visuals and the plot, and you will never get the chance to move off your sear. Your fingers will start to ache from playing so much. And if you love the game, you’ll love the characters as well. And believe me, I played once and right away thought it was the most awesome game of all time. I even started to cry at the end, it was that good. What’s more, you can also unlock 1999 mode, in which you can ask Elizabeth to open up a tear in Paris.

I think they should make a movie of this game in the future. They almost made a Bioshock movie once before, but they had to cancel due to low budget and the wrong script. But we’ll see.

- By Jade Robinson


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