Tuesday, July 24, 2012
• 'BioShock: Ultimate Rapture Edition' Leaked by Ratings Board
BioShock fans bristling over the delay of BioShock: Infinite to February of 2013 are likely finding more time to reminisce about the series’ past highlights: the underwater art-deco metropolis of Rapture, engaging Ayn Rand-dystopia story threads, heartwarming interaction with Little Sisters, not-so-heartwarming interaction with Little Sisters.
Thursday, May 31, 2012
• Ken Levine: ‘BioShock: Infinite’s’ Combat ‘Subtantially’ Evolved
Rapture. The iconic dystopian setting of BioShock and BioShock 2 was the perfect compliment to IrrGame’approacs approach for the series’ first two installments – the Big Daddies and Little Sisters, the horror-tinged storyline, the Ayn Rand idealism.
Thursday, March 22, 2012
• BioShock Infinite’s ‘Boys of Silence’ are Most Terrifying Heavy Hitters Yet
Part of what made BioShock such a resounding success was its ingenuous ability to take dreamlike science fiction aspects (underwater dystopias, Ayn Rand philosophizing, plasmids, and the maybe-not-so-great Vita-chambers) and blend them seamlessly with aspects that were downright nightmarish – like the Little Sisters and Big Daddys, human harvesting, and the gruesome acts of Rapture’s deranged citizens.
Tuesday, January 31, 2012
• How BioShock: Infinite’s Elizabeth Controls The Fate of Columbia
The differences between BioShock: Infinite and the game that spawned the series are fairly evident, with sunshine and politics replacing the gloom and Ayn Rand philosophy of the original BioShock.
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
• Uplifting details for BioShock: Infinite’s setting
Whereas the original Bioshock took inspiration from Ayn Rand, Infinite takes its from the numerous political movements during the 70s.