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Gearslover01

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  • Gearslover01

    Ken Levine confirmed on his Twitter that the Rapture in Burial at Sea is the exact same, prime Rapture that we play in as Jack in BioShock. That being said - there are certain characters we need to account for that were featured in Burial at Sea. Namely: Atlas, Sander Cohen, Frank Fontaine, Andrew Ryan, Yi Suchong, Jack, Jeremiah Fink, Daisy Fitzroy, and others if you can name them.

    Their actions in Burial at Sea occurred before the events of BioShock/BioShock Infinite. So their actions should be chronological with what they do. For example:

    Atlas's page should include his history, his actions in Burial at Sea, and THEN the events of BioShock. Not his history, BioShock, then Burial at Sea.

    Daisy should get a notice too. That before she went o…

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  • Gearslover01

    In the general areas of BioShock: Infinite, in Columbia, we have: the Lighthouse, The Church of Comstock, Welcome Center (which includes the Raffle Square, Rooftops, Order of the Raven, and Gondola), Monument Island, Soldier's Field (which includes Battleship Bay, the Arcade, Hall of Heroes, and First Lady's Aerodrome), Finkton, Emporia, Comstock House, Hand of the Prophet, and Sea of Doors.

    I, personally, thought Finkton was the worst area. Boring, dull, and the layout didn't look like a city's layout, way to built for a video game.

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  • Gearslover01

    I was just replaying BioShock Infinite in the area of Battleship Bay. In the middle area (where you claim Elizabeth), there is a wagon shed next to the lifeguard chair. A man is sitting on the steps of the wagon shed and I don't remember what he says exactly, but he quasi-admires Booker's physique and requests that he put on some shorts that are in the shed (like those girls hitting on Booker) and he says something on the lines of "You look like a man of physical prowess. Maybe we should talk sometime."

    I was kind of wondering about this whole issue. In this game, they discussed other religions (and atheism), races, and classes under attack by the Founders, and was wondering why they left out homosexuality since it was present in both BioSh…

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  • Gearslover01

    Ghostdoe was kind enough to edit Booker's picture to be like a rip. Since this faces him more and is cut like Elizabeth's, I think it should be his picture. Before people argue about it being not an official picture, it is his model, nothing has been done to it. The same thing (in terms of cut photos) has been done for Sofia Lamb, Brigid Tenenbaum, Augustus Sinclair, Stanley Poole and Grace Holloway. This picture has a better look at Booker's face. Until someone can find a better, fully body Booker that fully faces the camera then we could replace it.

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  • Gearslover01

    How was Monument Island partially destroyed in the end of the game (as it was when you escaped it) when you are currently in a reality where Elizabeth wasn't in Monument Island? When she brought you into the reality where you were a martyr, Elizabeth was already gone so Monument Island should have never been partially destroyed by the Songbird.

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