BioShock is one of my favorite series. The first was incredible and despite there being little need for a sequel, the second was better than most of us thought it would be. The third game, dubbed BioShock: Infinite isn’t a sequel but more of a spiritual successor; the setting has changed from under the ocean to high in the sky and there are no familiar characters. Despite that the game still retains the series’ trademark plasmid gameplay, unique story and gorgeous early 1900’s setting.
Our last look at the game consisted of ten minutes of unforgettable gameplay and while this trailer isn’t quite that long, it’s still pretty exceptional. The only problem is we have well over a year before any of us can get our sweaty, anxious hands on it, but all good things come to those who wait, right? RIGHT?!
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"House Mother" features Barbara Crampton's first time playing a MONSTER! Check out the short film by Andrew Browser right here!Posted by Bloody Disgusting on Thursday, September 21, 2017