It may be the day when everyone wants to pull off the best prank ever, but we’re not here to tease you. Instead, we want to make gamers rather happy and excited to get their hands on a copy of BioShock Infinite! It’s for real, folks, no strings attached.
She might just be the most advanced NPC ever created. In BioShock Infinite, you’re sent to rescue a powerful young woman named Elizabeth, and she accompanies you throughout the entire game. And it’s incredible the amount of work that went into making her.
Who is this indebted gun-for-hire Booker DeWitt, the protagonist you play as in BioShock Infinite? Who does he owe a debt to? How did he wind up in this situation?
2K Games and Irrational Games have cranked up the hype machine for BioShock Infinite into overdrive, now that we’re just over a month away from the game’s arrival. (It just went gold!) Check out the latest vids and sound off on your anticipation level for the game!
BioShock Infinite — widely regarded as the most highly-anticipated video game currently on the docket — is almost upon us. Irrational is teasing the game again this week with a couple of new videos that reveal more of Columbia than we’ve seen so far.
Presenting: the first 5 minutes of BioShock Infinite. There are spoilers ahead, but nothing major if you’ve been following the game’s development.
It’s become a tradition that every year at Spike’s Video Game Awards, big developers and publishers make announcements about new games and trot out their latest trailers. Here’s a complete collection of every new trailer shown at this year’s VGAs, just a few nights ago.
Lest we forget amid Dishonored, Assassin’s Creed III, Halo 4, and all the other new games due before Christmas, Irrational Games wants to remind you that they’re BioShock Infinite in early 2013, with this intense, action-heavy new trailer.
Sad-with-a-silver-lining news for fans of the most-anticipated game of the Fall: BioShock Infinite has been pushed back to March 2013. What’s the silver lining? Read on.
Holy retro fan art, Batman! This is astounding. Comic book artist Alex Garner created this faux cover to The Saturday Evening Post, that beautifully captures the steampunk/Americana feel of the upcoming game.