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Bioshock

  1. Things We Saw Today: An Awfully Good Looking BioShock Tattoo

    Things We Saw Today

    I am now left with a mental image of a tattoo gun that looks like a Plasmid injector. (artist and owner unknown; via Geeks Are Sexy)

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  2. Review: BioShock Infinite‘s Burial At Sea DLC

    Review

    The story opens with Booker DeWitt, passed out at his desk. Empty bottles and betting sheets lie in plain sight. A woman enters his office. He does not know her. The player can see that she knows him. She offers him a job, with little room for refusal. There’s a missing girl that needs to be found. And so it begins. Again. Warning: Massive ending spoilers for BioShock Infinite. Minor spoilers for Burial At Sea.

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  3. Irrational Games Is Shutting Down To Be Replaced By New “Start-Up” Studio

    Well, now we know where Levine got the idea for Andrew Ryan.

    Sad news for Bioshock fans today: according to a statement on the Irrational Games website, Ken Levine will be shutting down the studio and laying off all but 15 people for a new, " more entrepreneurial endeavor " with Take-Two instead. So, you know, guess it's also sad for Irrational Games employees who liked having some semblance of job security.

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  4. The Adorable Fanart of Janice Chu

    eye candy

    Joel and Ellie have never looked more cuddly... or formidable. Janice Chu draws character portraits with the best of them, from video games, anime, and real life.

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  5. Facebook Group Mistakes BioShock Infinite Satire Image for Real Propaganda

    There is not enough time in the day for all of the facepalms this inspires.

    Poe's Law is an Internet phenomenon in which reality and satire become indistinguishable from each other. In a prime example, a conservative Facebook group seemingly became unable to distinguish the outlandish political satire of the BioShock series from their own beliefs, and they posted an in-game propaganda image to their page.

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  6. A Coward’s Search For The Perfect Halloween Game

    Fear is the Mind Killer

    Ah, Halloween! My favorite holiday! Not a likely favorite for a confessed scaredy-cat like myself, but October 31 is the one day of the year in which I embrace the dark and creepy. I’ve spent the past two and a half years living in a Halloween-less country, but this year, I’m in luck. I’m stateside for several weeks, serendipitously here in time for pumpkin carving and costume making. I’m feeling celebratory, and what better way to get in the mood than by playing a spooky game? But what to play? That’s a tough question. Join me now as I peruse my Steam library, in search of the perfect Halloween game.

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  7. BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Brings You Back to Rapture November 12 [Video]

    Would you kindly watch some gameplay from Burial at Sea?

    The first episode of BioShock Infinite's next DLC pack, Burial at Sea, will release November 12 for $14.99. Fans who were excited to return to Rapture with Booker DeWitt and Elizabeth only have to wait a few more weeks.

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  8. Gone Home Is The Story Exploration Game You’ve Been Waiting For

    Review

    It’s just a house. That’s all the game is, a house full of receipts and cups and boxes of tissues. Mundane and ordinary. You can walk around the house. You can pick things up, turn them over. You can paw around drawers and cupboards. You are alone. You are unguided. You can take all the time you need. There’s a lot to uncover in Gone Home, the inaugural title by indie studio The Fullbright Company. Love, loneliness, secrets, desperation, sexual identity, growing up, acting out — it’s all there, hidden under beds and shoved into closets. I saw my childhood in there, and my adulthood, too, and the messy, complicated things I feel toward my family. It left me feeling raw, and clean, and quiet. It’s just a house. It made me cry. 

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  9. Surprise! First Bioshock Infinite DLC Launched Today, Second One Set in Rapture on the Way

    Somewhere, beyond the sea...

    The first DLC for Bioshock Infinite is now available! Clash in the Clouds isn't a continuation of the story as much as a glorified battle arena, but that's fine. The next DLC for the game, Burial at Sea, will have Booker and Elizabeth travel to the setting of the first two BioShock games, Rapture.

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  10. DLC to Give the Bioshock Franchise Its First Playable Female Character

    Good News Everyone!

    And according to lead writer Ken Levine, it's all because this is what the fans asked for.

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