(PG-13: Language) If you’ve not played the BioShock series by now, do so before watching exurb1a’s video, which explores the many horrible decisions made by Ryan, Comstock and their cronies, resulting in some of the most f***ed up places we’ve ever visited in a game.
This new bundle packs remastered versions of three awesome games: BioShock, BioShock 2 and BioShock Infinite, along with every bit of single-player DLC, and commentary from the game’s creators. Coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC on 9/13/16.
Smosh Games pokes fun at Irrational’s dystopian undersea game, which if you really do think about it, does involve beating homeless people so you can take their money to feed your drug addiction. And that plumbing minigame was the worst.
We’re enjoying this alternate old-timey, BioShock Inifinite-styled waltz arrangement of Cyndi Lauper’s pop anthem Girls Just Wanna Have Fun by the Postmodern Jukebox. No Elizabeth or Captain Lou Albano either. (Thanks Molly!)
(NSFW: Language) A humorous Bioshock Infinite fan film starring Chris Hardwick and Chloe Dykstra, poking fun at Elizabeth’s annoying tendency to throw stuff at Booker at the least opportune moments.
(SPOILERS) If you can’t wait to download the upcoming BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea DLC, here’s a look at the first five minutes of Episode One of this expansion pack. Welcome back to Rapture, folks. We missed you, Big Daddy.
An epic one-minute ad that premiered during last night’s The Walking Dead features a cinematic look at the thrilling gameplay and environs of the game that just can’t get here soon enough.
(Gore) The latest look at the long-awaited BioShock follow-up gives us insight into the reasons for Booker’s presence in Colombia, and more glimpses into the game’s weapons and explosive combat.
The “Lamb of Columbia” trailer frames the game as a search and rescue mission. As Booker DeWitt, players will journey to the floating city of Columbia to rescue the mysterious Elizabeth.
The latest trailer for BioShock Infinite amps up the combat action, and makes us wish we could be hanging from our sky-hooks and taking down baddies long before its February 2013 release.
The latest “Heavy Hitter” revealed from BioShock Infinite, the Siren can bring recently dispatched enemies back to life with her haunting wail. Do you go after her, or those risen from the grave?
Are you there, Mr. Bubbles? If you ever managed to make it all the way to the end of Bioshock, you’ll appreciate this alternative ending for the Little Sisters, which seems much more satisfying to us.
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