Bioshock ‘Burial At Sea’ Art and NEW PLASMID

B u t t e r f l y ƸӜƷ S a m u r a i

In case I have not expressed it enough, Bioshock Infinite is a clear cut winner for my 2013 Game of the Year. It has been a while since I have felt so invested in a game and it’s world. The already released DLC, Clash in the Clouds, was not particularly interesting. Hordes of enemies does not make a Bioshock game. It is the engaging and well thought out story line that puts this Irrational Games creation on top. That is why fans await the arrival of Burial At Sea, a two-part DLC that is story driven. Taking place in Rapture before it’s fall, the little that is known about Burial At Sea shows an older Elizabeth seeking Booker’s help to find a girl named Sally. It has also been noted that players will be able to play as Elizabeth at some point in the content.

This past week, Irrational…

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