Bioshock cats are creepy.
I'm posting these below the fold to avoid any spoilers:
Somewhere, in some parallel dimension, there's a BioShock Infinite that I liked a lot more than the one I played in this dimension. This week, as I played the second, final episode of Infinite's Burial at Sea expansion, I felt like I got glimpse of that game.
Redditor Mune15 ran into this delightful little cherub while playing the latest downloadable content for BioShock Infinite.
The second, concluding episode of BioShock Infinite's Burial at Sea expansion arrives on March 25. That's one more visit to the underwater city of Rapture on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. New crossbow-tastic screenshot for you above.
BioShock dev Irrational Games have revealed the introductory cutscene to the next installment of their expansion to BioShock Infinite, Burial at Sea. Give it a watch above, but if you haven't played chapter one, mind the spoilers. Both in the video and the post.
BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea's first chapter releases today, and as it deals with events after the twists-and-turns thriller of Infinite, there are few options for seeing what it's all about without confronting a faceful of spoilers. 2K Games' launch trailer looks like a safe approach, though.
Somewhere beyond the sea,Somewhere waitin' for me. You'll be able to go back to Rapture on November 12 when part one of BioShock Infinite's Burial at Sea DLC comes out for consoles and PC.
About a month after BioShock Infinite released, graphic designer Joe Trinder invented a an advertising poster for a vigor that harkened back to one of the plasmids from the original BioShock. That poster and its plasmid will be featured in the "Burial at Sea" extension due to release later this year.
In Bioshock, we've always been directly in the center, there to witness the world-changing events transpiring in both Rapture and Columbia. But what about the outside world?
Although we almost immediately saw cosplay of BioShock Infinite's Elizabeth following the reveal of the Burial at Sea DLC, this take on the character by Aicosu goes even further than what we'd seen before—and that makes it awesome.
All of the lead protagonists in the BioShock games have been men. Haunted, lethally determined men. But, thanks to an upcoming downloadable add-on, players will be able to take control of Elizabeth, the AI character who was the focus of BioShock Infinite.