WARNING: This post contains major spoilers for BioShock Infinite, including its conclusion!
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The mind of the subject will desperately struggle to create memories where none exist..."
If you bought a retail copy of BioShock Infinite, you will notice an alternative jacket design on the reverse side of the game's cover. Bathed in red, a scratchy illustration of Songbird perches above Columbia. It looks like an old-timey poster for the world of Columbia, which itself is steeped in history. The two-sided cover is a brilliant analogy for the game itself: beneath the traditional shooter lies a genuine and disturbing story about American history and the mythologies on which ideologues build nations.
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BioShock Infinite has arrived, after numerous delays that have only heightened expectations. BioShock remains one of the most lauded games of all time. How does this latest iteration hold up? Check out the critic reviews below and let us know your thoughts of on the game in the comments below.
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No critics have given the game a middling review.
No critics have given the game a negative review.
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Hello there Bioshock wiki community!
I was recently having a conversation with some of the admins about updating the skin (and maybe wordmark and color theme) of the wiki with something updated for the look of BioShock Infinite . Gardimuer had actually created an early idea for a skin that you can see below.
I want to reach out to get the general community's response. I like this skin a lot, but I can also put together a few other examples on a test-wiki to look at. While I like the idea of emphasizing Infinite, we could also create one that has Rapture on one side and Columbia on the other. I am very open to suggestions, even if you would rather nothing change at all. Just leave your thoughts in the comments below!Read more >