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9:21 am - Tue, Oct 8, 2013
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THE FIRST 5 MINUTES OF BURIAL AT SEA - EPISODE ONE

Irrational Games has released this brief look at the highly anticipated upcoming DLC Burial at Sea - Episode One for Bioshock Infinite. The video shows the opening segment (5 minutes worth) to the DLC with Booker and Elizabeth now in the underwater city Rapture prior to the city’s downfall.

It’s intriguing to see Rapture in its splendor, especially using the game engine from Infinite. Burial at Sea - Episode One will be available some time later this year.  

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2:10 pm - Sun, Apr 21, 2013
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BIOSHOCK INFINITE NOUVEAU


Artist Bill Mudron just finished this amazing art work (in a similar style to that of Alphonse Mucha) depicting various moments from Irrational Games’ Bioshock Infinite. It’s currently being offered as a 12 x 22 print (on matte stock) for $25 on Big Cartel.  

For those local Pacific Northwestern fans, if you happen to be attending this week’s upcoming Stumptown Comics Fest in Portland, OR; Bill will be there in person selling prints of this and other great art prints. I love nouveau art prints (like Mikey Mann’s Majora’s Mask one!) and this Bioshock Infinite one is now on my must have list.  

(Source: twitter.com)

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12:19 pm - Wed, Apr 17, 2013
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GUT CHECK EPISODE 7 “BEYOND COLUMBIA: A CLOSER LOOK AT BIOSHOCK INFINITE”

In this week’s episode we hold a frank (Fink?) discussion on one of this year’s biggest video game releases…Bioshock Infinite! From the next level insanity narrative to the gorgeous locales of the sky-city of Columbia, we disclose our thoughts on everything about Irrational Games’ latest opus.

Want to download Gut Check or catch up on past episodes?

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12:01 pm - Thu, Mar 14, 2013
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BIOSHOCK INFINITE “FALSE SHEPHERD” TRAILER

Irrational Games and 2K Games are ramping up the anticpiation with this new trailer for upcoming action adventure title Bioshock Infinite.  In this video we get a better glimpse into main character Booker’s story.

There are just a handful of days until we finally get to explore the city of Columbia and I can’t wait.  You can still pre-order your copy of Bioshock Infinite on Amazon in both the regular edition and Premium Edition.

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10:01 am - Thu, Mar 7, 2013
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BIOSHOCK INFINITE’S SOUNDTRACK DETAILED, HINTS AT PLOT POINTS
Irrational Games has revealed the full track list for the soundtrack to their upcoming Bioshock Infinite and the track descriptions provide insight into the upcoming game.
If the order of tracks have been arranged as they occur in the game (typical of most soundtracks) it looks like the game is going to be a roller coaster of excitement interlaced with tender moments.
Two new theories for you: the track list references the names Lutece and Rory O’More.
Lutece probably refers to Rosalind Lutece, author of “The Principles of Quantum Mechanics,” the book that Elizabeth is holding when she first meets Booker and, as revealed this last December in his Reddit AMA, one of Ken Levine’s “favorite characters.”
While Lutece’s role has not been revealed fully yet, having her own track indicates she will be a reoccurring character throughout the game.
Rory O’More, however, is a new name that hasn’t been discussed yet.
Rory O’More could refer to a character that aids Booker and Elizabeth or, more likely, since it’s accompanied by the Irish folk tune “Saddle The Pony,” it’s a reference to Samuel Lover’s Irish ballad “Rory O’More.”
Since Rory O’more is something of a love story (eventually turned into a book by Lover), it’s possible that the track is eluding to the relationship and adventure that Booker and Elizabeth become entangled in.
What are your thoughts about the upcoming game? 
Here are the complete track details:
Introduction  (K. Levine)
Welcome to Columbia  (G. Schyman, J. Bonney)
Will The Circle Be Unbroken – choral version  (A. Habershon, C. Gabriel)
Lighter Than Air  (G.Schyman)
Lutece  (G. Schyman)
The Battle For Columbia I  (G. Schyman, J. Bonney)
The Girl In The Tower  (G.Schyman)
Elizabeth  (G.Schyman)
The Songbird  (G. Schyman)
Rory O’More/Saddle The Pony  (S. Lover/anon.)
The Battle For Columbia II  (G. Schyman)
The Readiness Is All  (K. Levine, J. Bonney)
Lions Walk With Lions  (G. Schyman)
Will The Circle Be Unbroken  (A. Habershon, C. Gabriel)
Unintended Consequences  (G. Schyman)
The Battle For Columbia III  (G. Schyman)
Family Reunion  (G. Schyman)
Solace  (S. Joplin)
The Battle For Columbia IV  (G. Schyman)
The Battle For Columbia V  (G. Schyman)
Let Go  (G. Schyman)
Doors  (G. Schyman)
The Girl For The Debt  (G. Schyman)
Back In The Boat  (G. Schyman)
AD  (G. Schyman)
Smothered  (G. Schyman)
Baptism  (G. Schyman, J. Bonney)
Will The Circle Be Unbroken – full version  (A. Habershon, C. Gabriel)
Bioshock Infinite will be available on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC on March 26 and is available for pre-order from Amazon. 

BIOSHOCK INFINITE’S SOUNDTRACK DETAILED, HINTS AT PLOT POINTS

Irrational Games has revealed the full track list for the soundtrack to their upcoming Bioshock Infinite and the track descriptions provide insight into the upcoming game.

If the order of tracks have been arranged as they occur in the game (typical of most soundtracks) it looks like the game is going to be a roller coaster of excitement interlaced with tender moments.

Two new theories for you: the track list references the names Lutece and Rory O’More.

Lutece probably refers to Rosalind Lutece, author of “The Principles of Quantum Mechanics,” the book that Elizabeth is holding when she first meets Booker and, as revealed this last December in his Reddit AMA, one of Ken Levine’s “favorite characters.”

While Lutece’s role has not been revealed fully yet, having her own track indicates she will be a reoccurring character throughout the game.

Rory O’More, however, is a new name that hasn’t been discussed yet.

Rory O’More could refer to a character that aids Booker and Elizabeth or, more likely, since it’s accompanied by the Irish folk tune “Saddle The Pony,” it’s a reference to Samuel Lover’s Irish ballad “Rory O’More.”

Since Rory O’more is something of a love story (eventually turned into a book by Lover), it’s possible that the track is eluding to the relationship and adventure that Booker and Elizabeth become entangled in.

What are your thoughts about the upcoming game? 

Here are the complete track details:

  1. Introduction  (K. Levine)
  2. Welcome to Columbia  (G. Schyman, J. Bonney)
  3. Will The Circle Be Unbroken – choral version  (A. Habershon, C. Gabriel)
  4. Lighter Than Air  (G.Schyman)
  5. Lutece  (G. Schyman)
  6. The Battle For Columbia I  (G. Schyman, J. Bonney)
  7. The Girl In The Tower  (G.Schyman)
  8. Elizabeth  (G.Schyman)
  9. The Songbird  (G. Schyman)
  10. Rory O’More/Saddle The Pony  (S. Lover/anon.)
  11. The Battle For Columbia II  (G. Schyman)
  12. The Readiness Is All  (K. Levine, J. Bonney)
  13. Lions Walk With Lions  (G. Schyman)
  14. Will The Circle Be Unbroken  (A. Habershon, C. Gabriel)
  15. Unintended Consequences  (G. Schyman)
  16. The Battle For Columbia III  (G. Schyman)
  17. Family Reunion  (G. Schyman)
  18. Solace  (S. Joplin)
  19. The Battle For Columbia IV  (G. Schyman)
  20. The Battle For Columbia V  (G. Schyman)
  21. Let Go  (G. Schyman)
  22. Doors  (G. Schyman)
  23. The Girl For The Debt  (G. Schyman)
  24. Back In The Boat  (G. Schyman)
  25. AD  (G. Schyman)
  26. Smothered  (G. Schyman)
  27. Baptism  (G. Schyman, J. Bonney)
  28. Will The Circle Be Unbroken – full version  (A. Habershon, C. Gabriel)

Bioshock Infinite will be available on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC on March 26 and is available for pre-order from Amazon

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8:01 am - Thu, Jan 31, 2013
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NEW BIOSHOCK INFINITE STORY TRAILER

It seems like just the other day we had a new trailer for Bioshock Infinite which was especially nice because it didn’t feel or look like an advertisement.  In fact there wasn’t a game logo or sales pitch information in that trailer at all.  

Today Irrational Games and 2K Games dropped another trailer but this one is more focused on detailing story and gameplay elements while still keeping a stylish edge to it.

I really like how the Prophet speech section in the trailer looks a lot like the “1984” Apple commercial.  It’s iconic and it makes me feel like there might be an Orwellian kind of vibe to this city in the sky.

Look for Bioshock Infinite to hit retail shelves this March 26th on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.  You can pre-order the game (in both Regular and Premium Editions) from Amazon to secure the Industrial Revolution mini game (which unlocks in-game bonus content).

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