BioShock Creator: 2011 Is Year To Be Proud Of
Irrational Games' next project, BioShock Infinite, won't be out until 2012. In spite of this, BioShock creator and Irrational honcho Ken Levine says that "2011 is a year to be proud of our industry."
"It's been an interesting year. It's the best year since - and I'm not just saying this because of my game - 2007," Levine told Eurogamer. "A lot of great games, like Portal, came out that year. It's the best year in a very long time."
It's true that 2007 was a pretty good year. Among the releases were God of War II, Halo 3, The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass, Mass Effect, Assassin's Creed, and Super Mario Galaxy. No matter what console you owned, there was a game to look forward to.
2011 was stacked, too, though. Portal 2, Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, Uncharted 3 and Deus Ex: Human Revolution are just a few examples. Levine's personal favorite of the year was Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
" is a year to be proud of our industry," said Levine. "It's a year to be proud of the Uncharted guys. It's a year to be proud of Epic. It's a year to be proud of the Call of Duty guys. It's a year to be proud of everybody because people are delivering this year in a way the industry hasn't delivered in a very long time."
Right now 2012 isn't looking so bad, either. BioShock Inifte will be joined next year by Mass Effect 3, Twisted Metal and Borderlands 2, among others.
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