Bioshock Infinite:

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351 Zendervai9th May 2012 10:30:14 PM from North Toronto , Relationship Status: Waiting for Prince Charming
Eccentric Dreamer
At least it's better than the other way around.
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352 Enkufka9th May 2012 11:32:34 PM from Bay of White fish
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This is true. Section8 severely disappointed me when it turned out to be a multiplayer game with a crap single-player story slapped together.
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353 Psyclone10th May 2012 02:39:08 AM from Somewhere else
A Superior Spider-Man
Great. ANOTHER single-player experience that will no doubt end up having resources taken away by some tacked on cash cow multiplayer. Shame on you, Levine.
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354 Lemurian10th May 2012 03:58:04 AM from Touhou fanboy attic , Relationship Status: In season
Dang, Inside Gaming Daily was right.

...I wonder what kind of Multiplayer it will be, though.
355 Emperordaein10th May 2012 04:06:52 AM from Australia , Relationship Status: Hugging my pillow
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Hey come on guys. It's just a rumour! There's no confirmation yet! Holding out that it IS a rumour though.
Oh, why not just use a single-player pass, why bother doing multiplayer. (If this is true and actually used game motivated.)

edited 10th May '12 9:17:51 AM by occono

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Jonah Falcon
"Great. ANOTHER single-player experience that will no doubt end up having resources taken away by some tacked on cash cow multiplayer"

That would be true only if they didn't change the release date. 2K Games is PAYING them to add multiplayer.

This isn't EA or Activision. Did multiplayer ruin Red Dead Redemption?

This is also Irrational. Unless you don't trust Ken Levine.
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358 Psyclone10th May 2012 10:15:40 AM from Somewhere else
A Superior Spider-Man
I guess. I just prefer devs to focus on singleplayer.

edited 10th May '12 10:18:51 AM by Psyclone

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360 Ryuhza10th May 2012 11:45:46 AM from San Diego, California
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I'm interested in the original Bioshucks people trying a form of multiplayer. And the Singleplayer looks extremely promising as is, so I don't think Multiplayer will detract from that.

I was initially frustrated with the delay, but I realize now that I can afford Assassins Creed III and Tekken Tag Tournament 2. So, in my personal case, it's for the best.

Still hyped to high heaven.

edited 10th May '12 2:42:55 PM by Ryuhza

Try not to forget what you were doing there in the first place
I like the idea of multiplayer Bioshock.

Just sayin'.

And the point about release date is a good one. If multiplayer were tacked on without additional development time, then we would indeed end up disappointed. But the delay is because they want to work on the multiplayer.
362 QuestionMarc10th May 2012 02:41:35 PM from Down-town Canada , Relationship Status: Having tea with Cthulhu
Perso, I prefer companies to take as much time as they need to finish their game. Mankind can do awesome things under pressure, but sometimes a couple more months comes in handy.
Just enough pride.
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Alright. I don't think I could handle all these games coming out at once, this is easier to digest. Until E3 announces a thousand other games coming out late this year and early next year.
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Well, I'm thinking about the rollercoaster battles you have in Infinite... imagine multiplayer.
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365 Spychan15th May 2012 10:16:01 AM from United States
It's showtime!
Bioshock infinite got delayed til 2013sad feels bad man
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366 Psyclone10th Aug 2012 07:23:45 AM from Somewhere else
A Superior Spider-Man
Hey, remember this game? Well, it looks there have been some problems:

http://kotaku.com/5933119/bioshock-infinite-update-multiplayer-modes-cut-gears-maestro-joining-should-fans-worry

...while employee restructuring and lack of info is never a good sign, I am pretty glad they decided to ditch multiplayer.
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367 ZeroPotential10th Oct 2012 07:50:12 AM from the depths of Dublin
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368 Psyclone21st Oct 2012 06:47:12 AM from Somewhere else
A Superior Spider-Man

Observations:

1) I guess they couldn't resist giving a few nods to the original: the lighthouse, the wooded area with the weird pagan-esque enemies (that guy with the coffin chained to his back looked like a fugitive from Painkiller). I guess the beach could also be an Arcadia analogue in the "This thing shouldn't exist!" department (from "forest under the sea" to "beach in the sky").

2) Speaking of coffin guy, nice to see there's some variety in the enemies.

Still pretty excited!

edited 21st Oct '12 6:51:20 AM by Psyclone

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369 Nicknacks21st Oct 2012 07:17:36 AM from Land Down Under
Ding-ding! Going down...
I'm excited. I worry about its political content — just how critical can it be of American foreign policy can it be given the conservative games market? and the revolution = corruption angle seems contradictory to the point of satire, and a very dirty cliché besides — but it is exciting.

Lots of bloom though.

edited 21st Oct '12 7:21:08 AM by Nicknacks

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The Fire "plasmid" is back.

PS. Troy Baker as Booker is fine - he's a bit angrier and rougher than Stephen Russell, but I'd have felt funny with Stephen in, since he sounded exactly like Garrett.

edited 21st Oct '12 8:50:33 AM by JAF1970

Jonah Falcon
Some of those tonic activations look pretty painful.

Booker: "Flame on!.......AAAAAAAGH! IT BURNS!!!"

edited 21st Oct '12 9:24:21 AM by nervmeister

I'm excited. I worry about its political content — just how critical can it be of American foreign policy can it be given the conservative games market?

I don't think the games market is generally conservative, in terms of Consumers or Producers, i'd say both at least lean liberal overall. :/ But that's a whole different discussion.

Cool trailer I guess, but it still feels ages away.

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373 LDragon221st Oct 2012 10:44:19 AM from Pandora , Relationship Status: Longing for my OTP
ZOMG TEH REI!!!!
[up][up][up] Troy Baker makes any character better. tongue

Also, that trailer is fricken amazing. I had almost completely forgotten about the game until now, and this game, along with Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, is going to make February an amazing month.
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374 Nicknacks21st Oct 2012 02:57:30 PM from Land Down Under
Ding-ding! Going down...
I don't think the games market is generally conservative, in terms of Consumers or Producers, i'd say both at least lean liberal overall. :/ But that's a whole different discussion.

Its vast output speaks otherwise.
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375 Psyclone21st Oct 2012 06:57:02 PM from Somewhere else
A Superior Spider-Man
I dunno... I assume you mean the popularity of stuff like Call of Duty and the Tom Clancy verse, right? But in those cases isn't it more of the industry choosing scenarios that lend well to being adapted to games which then HAPPEN to coincide with conservative values and thus the people who buy them for the gameplay aren't necessarily aligned with those views? For example, consider the myriad articles that claim that the Iron Man movies are a conservative/libertarian wet dream. I recognize that in a way, said articles might have a point. Yet I'm pretty sure the movies' fanbase isn't mostly conservative. Again, this discussion could probably warrant it's own thread. But this is just my two cents in case it doesn't go any further. Hope that wasn't too confusing.

edited 21st Oct '12 6:58:28 PM by Psyclone

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