|Genre||First Person Shooter|
|Platforms||Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC|
|Release date||26th March 2013|
|Summary||Indebted to the wrong people, Booker DeWitt has only one opportunity to wipe his slate clean. He must rescue Elizabeth, a mysterious girl imprisoned since childhood in the flying city of Columbia. Together, they learn to harness an expanding arsenal of weapons and abilities, as they fight along Sky-Lines and through the streets of Columbia, surviving the threats of the city and uncovering its dark secret.|
Last time we saw anything from Vector Sigma Creations’ Weaselhammer, he’d made a weapon from the future in the form of the M-12 Locust submachine gun from the Mass Effect games. This time, he goes back into the past and crafts a swell looking machine gun from BioShock Infinite.
Dead End Thrills is a stunning collection of super high res in-game photography. If you have a spare five minutes or, better yet, a spare hour I fully recommend trawling through endless brilliant shots Editor Duncan Harris has taken. His most recent collection is of BioShock: Infinite, and they are very, very pretty indeed.
The thing about healing via food items is that characters start seeming like gluttons every time you want to restore your health in a game. In BioShock Infinite’s case, what with most food being stuff, like fairy floss and popcorn, the situation seemed particularly ridiculous.
According to a 2K employee’s LinkedIn profile, BioShock Infinite’s upcoming DLC may feature a new AI companion, reports Eurogamer.
BioShock Infinitehas proven pretty popular with cosplayers, but most of them focus on Elizabeth. Eeeeeveryone cosplays as Elizabeth. And that’s fair, Elizabeth is a wonderful girl and a very cool character. But what about Roaslind Lutece?
This Voxophone by YouTuber Jesse Demers won’t give you background and exposition, like the ones scattered in Columbia will. Instead, it plays back some of the songs from the game — like Girls Just Want To Have Fun.