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One look at this impressive Fallout 4 settlement and you have to wonder where people find the time to build creations like this in a virtual world. Minecraft is certainly evidence of creativity out of control. But sometimes, people create something truly wondrous and magnificent.
If you own an Xbox 360 and didn't download your free copy of Tomb Raider, I have some very bad news; it's no longer available. Luckily, Lara Croft's jungle adventure has been replaced by one of the most philosophically dense video games in history: Bioshock Infinite.
Microsoft has revealed the free Games For Gold for March. Xbox 360 gamers will getting two more games for their collection while Xbox One owners will get one.
2K Games is offering several of its games at a serious discount now. The Humble 2K Bundle includes BioShock Infinite and Spec Ops: The Line among others.
Irrational Games, the studio behind BioShock and BioShock Infinite, is closing its doors. Co-founder and creative director Ken Levine announced today that he's starting a new company.
Bethesda and 2K Games have teamed up for two special game bundles. BioShock Infinite and Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will hit stores together in one package, as will Dishonored and Borderlands 2.
This week’s PlayStation Plus update has its head in the clouds, offering up a free copy of BioShock Infinite to all subscribers, as well as a bunch of additional discounts including the 14 in ’14 lineup.
With January 2014 right around the corner, Sony has now revealed the first batch of PlayStation Plus offerings for the New Year and boy-howdy is this list a doozy, sporting a brand new indie title for the PS4, one of the biggest games of last year for the PS3 and more.
Well, 2013 was certainly a big year for video games. The 3DS and Vita really hit their stride, home consoles got some late-life classics and, with the arrival of two new gaming machines, 2014 is looking to be just as awesome. So which games from the past 12 months were the best?
2K and Irrational Games' newest DLC for Bioshock: Infinite has gone live and gamers are just now starting to experience the Burial at Sea escapades with Episode 1. A new walkthrough video has been posted up to help some newbies find out where they have to go and what they have to do to get through the game.
Burial at Sea - Episode One, the first story-based downloadable content for BioShock Infinite will make its debut on November 12th. Burial is a two-part adventure set within the underwater city of Rapture.
If you're a BioShock fan, then chances are pretty good that you're positively humming with anticipation for Infinite's announced Burial at Sea DLC which promises to take protagonists Booker and Elizabeth into the depths of Rapture for an all new story. While there's no ETA on said DLC, at least Creative Director Ken Levine is making the wait a little less brutal by providing the occasional interview.
Players will step into the shoes of Elizabeth in the second episode of Burial At Sea, the upcoming story-based DLC for BioShock Infinite. Irrational Games stresses that Liz isn't just "Booker in a dress." Playing as her will be a very different experience.
Irrational Games' BioShock Infinite is finally coming to the Mac this month. Aspyr Media announced this week that they'll be releasing the Mac port on August 29th.
Irrational Games announced their DLC plans for BioShock Infinite this morning. The first add-on, Clash in the Clouds, will be available starting today on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.