NECA’s line up of Bioshock Infinite action figures just got a little more awesome with this Heavy Hitter Patriot action figure of Benjamin Franklin. Brandishing a huge Pepper Mill Gatling Gun and kicking ass for the glory of Columbia, this fully articulated figure is a must own for Bioshock Infinite fans.
I don’t think people really expected the combat focused style of Clash in the Clouds but I’m excited to dive back into the fray in Columbia. Burial at Sea sounds (and looks) great especially finally getting to play as Elizabeth and going back to Rapture (albeit, a new revised version) to explore and expand on Infinite's story.
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.
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What will you do to save the Lamb of Columbia? What sacrifice will you pay to free this woman whom you’ve never met before? What price freedom?
Find the answers to these questions and more when Bioshock Infinite releases on March 26.
There’s still time to pre-order theRegular EditionandPremium Edition of the game if you haven’t already. Pre-ordering gets you access to “Industrial Revolution,” a Facebook game that provides backstory into the world of Columbia.
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).