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BioShock Infinite

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02/26/2013
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BioShock Infinite review

Reviewed July 25, 2015

Robotic_Attack says: "...it's a quite significantly stripped down version of Bioshock in every way. Everything about the gameplay and the story is very much less interesting, engaging, and fun than previous entries in the series."
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