Is it exactly like the Columbia from BioShock Infinite? Nope—but that Columbia never had to survive nuclear annihilation and 300 years’ worth of wear and tear. So it’s still rather well off, considering.
In case you forgot, Valve's Source Filmmaker is an extremely powerful tool for turning games into movies. Sometimes we get things like the fantastic Team Fortress 2 End of the Line short. Other times we get sheer, unbridled madness. These videos starring BioShock's Booker DeWitt are the latter.
When first signs of life appeared for The Black Glove, it quickly became clear that the former BioShock devs working on the first-person game wanted it to be a bit bizarre. So, their homage to old-school arcade games won't just be a fun, nostalgic mini-game. Those creatures are going to break through into the…
The Black Glove, which is being made by ex-BioShock devs, looks like BioShock's zanier child, but it certainly doesn't play anything like it. For one, no guns. For two, space minotaurs. Three, it's about a surreal trans-dimensional 1920s theater. It sounds really, really cool. And super weird.
When you look at Booker DeWitt - star of BioShock Infinite - on the cover of the game, you see a rugged man of action who won't take no guff from nobody. When you look at his face on this new action figure, you see something else.
The exterior of the Bank of the Prophet in Bioshock Infinites was one of the most memorable parts of the game, and it's just simply incredible in LEGO form.
Well, here's a bit of irony. Check out the logo used by Fox News during a recent interview with Texas Governer Rick Perry about immigration. It sure looks similar to the BioShock Infinite logo, right?
Violence in games can be great—not to mention really powerful, as we recently discussed. What about the other side of the coin, though? The moments (or even entire games) when bloodshed stops and everyone shows their true colors? Let's sit back, get all deep, and talk about those.
We all know how silly the video game trope of "restore health with food" is, but seeing someone try it in real life is even sillier.
Bioshock Infinite's floating city of Columbia built in Minecraft:
There it is. The bench. That exact park bench. It's one of the very first places where I said hello to a friend who would change the course of my entire life. And now I'm saying goodbye.
Do you see them? This is exactly why I watch My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.
Bioshock Infinite's Elizabeth has undergone numerous changes in the various trailers and episodes. (Notably, the NECA action figure has all ten fingers.) But the original version was essentially unrecognizable.
God Only Knows: check out this awesome musical cosplay from PAX East 2014: it's the Barbershop Quartet we see at the start of BioShock Infinite. (via Matthew B)
Bioshock Infinite Vigor pins in a beautiful box. See more photos below:
Link(s) To The Past is a new weekly feature in which we look back at least year's big news and analyze how far we have (or haven't) come.This week Microsoft's Adam Orth told people to "deal with" always-on consoles, BioShock Infinite got us talking, and rumors painted a troubling picture of Doom 4.
Sure, she's got the power to tear holes in space and time, but BioShock Infinite still has Elizabeth cast as a damsel in distress, literally locked in a tower and in need of rescue. So cosplayer and artist Angela Bermudez figured, what would she look like if Elizabeth was the one doing the ass-kicking?
One of this week's ten new desktop wallpapers. You'll find more at each link: