History Trivia / BioShockInfinite

24th Mar '16 8:19:50 PM Prfnoff
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* HeyItsThatVoice:
** Booker. Creator/StephenRussell ([[VideoGame/{{Thief}} Garrett]]) was used for early trailers, but Creator/TroyBaker ([[VideoGame/{{Persona4}} Kanji]]) voices him in the final product.
** Kimberly Brooks (previously [[Franchise/MassEffect Ashley Williams]]) as Daisy Fitzroy.
** Creator/KeithSzarabajka as Slate.
** Bill Lobley, who previously voiced Stanley Poole in ''VideoGame/BioShock2'', voices Jeremiah Fink.
** For anyone curious, [[http://multiplayerblog.mtv.com/2013/03/15/irrational-reveals-the-full-voice-cast-for-bioshock-infinite/ the official full cast list is now available.]]
** Some of the NPC and enemy voices are provided by Creator/LiamOBrien, Creator/SteveBlum, Creator/YuriLowenthal and Creator/RobinAtkinDownes among others. In the latter case, it means that you will quite often be attacked by [[TheSaboteur Sean Devlin]].
** The man giving the speech in the gazebo sounds exactly like [[WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers Doctor Orpheus]], although Steven Rattazzi's participation has not been confirmed.
** In Japan:
*** Booker and Elizabeth will be voiced by Creator/KeijiFujiwara and Creator/MiyukiSawashiro, the latter already voiced another girl named [[Videogame/{{Persona3}} Elizabeth]].
*** Also, we have Creator/RomiPark as Daisy Fitzroy, Creator/TakayukiSugo as Zachary Hale Comstock and Creator/NobuoTobita as Cornelius Slate.
** Creator/JenniferHale is Rosalind Lutece.
** The vending machines sound extremely similar to the [[VideoGame/BioShock1 Circus of Values]] which were voiced by [[CreatorCameo an uncredited Ken Levine]].
** Though he's not specifically credited, those with a careful ear will notice that the Zealots of the Lady are voiced by T. Ryder Smith, who played Sander Cohen in ''VideoGame/BioShock1''.
1st Jan '16 7:26:58 AM LahmacunKebab
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** Several of Elizabeth and Booker's lines that are unrelated to the plot in Burial At Sea (such as when requesting lockpicks and pointing your gun at Elizabeth) are recycled from the ''Infinite'' despite Elizabeth sounding much more like a FemmeFatale in every other line in ''Burial''.

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** Several of Elizabeth and Booker's lines that are unrelated to the plot in Burial At Sea (such as when requesting lockpicks and pointing your gun at Elizabeth) are recycled from the ''Infinite'' despite Elizabeth sounding much more like a FemmeFatale in every other line in ''Burial''.
1st Jan '16 7:23:49 AM LahmacunKebab
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** The vending machines sounds extremely similar to the [[VideoGame/BioShock1 Circus of Values]] which were voiced by [[CreatorCameo an uncredited Ken Levine]].

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** The vending machines sounds sound extremely similar to the [[VideoGame/BioShock1 Circus of Values]] which were voiced by [[CreatorCameo an uncredited Ken Levine]].
1st Jan '16 7:22:24 AM LahmacunKebab
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* DuelingGames: Between this game and ''Videogame/TheLastOfUs''. Both games were hotly anticipated and feature a [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal gruff, grizzled, guitar playing protagonist]] with a [[DarkAndTroubledPast questionable past]] (both voiced by Creator/TroyBaker) who is tasked with escorting a young girl (with different variations of the same name: Elizabieth/Ellie) through dangerous territory and focus on the development of the relationship between the two. Upon their respective releases, both games were incredibly well received by critics and gamers alike, with the both of them being a stronger contender for the title of "Game Of The Year".

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* DuelingGames: Between this game and ''Videogame/TheLastOfUs''. Both games were hotly anticipated and feature a [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal gruff, grizzled, guitar playing protagonist]] with a [[DarkAndTroubledPast questionable past]] (both voiced by Creator/TroyBaker) who is tasked with escorting a young girl (with different variations of the same name: Elizabieth/Ellie) Elizabeth/Ellie) through dangerous territory and focus on the development of the relationship between the two. Upon their respective releases, both games were incredibly well received by critics and gamers alike, with the both of them being a stronger contender for the title of "Game Of The Year".
29th Dec '15 2:42:36 PM LahmacunKebab
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* ItWasHisSled: The intro of ''Episode 2'' essentially spoils the entire plot of the first ''Bioshock''. (Fortunately the intro is optional and has to be chosen separately from the actual start of the game. That said, some major spoilers for the first game occur during Episode 2 itself, [[spoiler: with the finale essentially leading into the first game]].

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* ItWasHisSled: The intro of ''Episode 2'' essentially spoils the entire plot of the first ''Bioshock''. (Fortunately the intro is optional and has to be chosen separately from the actual start of the game. ) That said, some major spoilers for the first game occur during Episode 2 itself, [[spoiler: with the finale essentially leading into the first game]].
29th Dec '15 2:41:45 PM LahmacunKebab
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** "Disney Princess" for Elizabeth due to her resemblance (both physical as well as personality-wise to [[Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast Belle]]. She even sings.

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** "Disney Princess" for Elizabeth due to her resemblance (both physical as well as personality-wise personality-wise) to [[Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast Belle]]. She even sings.
29th Dec '15 2:38:40 PM LahmacunKebab
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* ActorAllusion: In ''Bural at Sea - Episode 2'', you can recover an audio diary belonging to Rosalind Lutece (played by Creator/JenniferHale) titled "The Lazarus Project", in which she discusses the potential for her and her "brother" to return to Columbia fully alive and mortal. [[VideoGame/MassEffect2 Hmm...]]

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* ActorAllusion: In ''Bural ''Burial at Sea - Episode 2'', you can recover an audio diary belonging to Rosalind Lutece (played by Creator/JenniferHale) titled "The Lazarus Project", in which she discusses the potential for her and her "brother" to return to Columbia fully alive and mortal. [[VideoGame/MassEffect2 Hmm...]]
15th Dec '15 12:10:29 PM nombretomado
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* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: As of patch 5.4, ''WorldOfWarcraft'' players can run into "Elizabeth Birdsong" wandering around Stormwind. If spoken to, she says she's "not from around here" and that "the possibilities are infinite". She also has a pet crow named "Melody".

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* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: As of patch 5.4, ''WorldOfWarcraft'' ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' players can run into "Elizabeth Birdsong" wandering around Stormwind. If spoken to, she says she's "not from around here" and that "the possibilities are infinite". She also has a pet crow named "Melody".
3rd Oct '15 9:36:08 AM toonman
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** "Disney Princess" for Elizabeth due to her resemblance to [[Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast Belle]].

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** "Disney Princess" for Elizabeth due to her resemblance (both physical as well as personality-wise to [[Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast Belle]].Belle]]. She even sings.



* ItWasHisSled: The intro of ''Episode 2'' essentially spoils the entire plot of the first ''Bioshock''.

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* ItWasHisSled: The intro of ''Episode 2'' essentially spoils the entire plot of the first ''Bioshock''. (Fortunately the intro is optional and has to be chosen separately from the actual start of the game. That said, some major spoilers for the first game occur during Episode 2 itself, [[spoiler: with the finale essentially leading into the first game]].


Added DiffLines:

** Burial at Sea Part 2 has another musical moment where Draper performs "You Belong to Me". A video of her recording an alternate take in the recording studio is included during the closing credits. Some websites claim that Baker plays guitar during the video but he's not seen on screen.
20th Aug '15 8:37:03 PM Arivne
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** The gameplay trailers imply that something is screwing with the citizens, who are completely apathetic to the fighting between the Vox and the Colombian military. In the game, you only encounter a few people afflicted with this, who are much more talkative than in the trailers, and they're a result of being killed in one dimension and getting fused to a still-living version of them in another.

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** The gameplay trailers trailers
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imply that something is screwing with the citizens, who are completely apathetic to the fighting between the Vox and the Colombian military. In the game, you only encounter a few people afflicted with this, who are much more talkative than in the trailers, and they're a result of being killed in one dimension and getting fused to a still-living version of them in another.
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