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Irrational Games has released a new BioShock Infinite trailer. This trailer is the first in the developers “Heavy Hitter enemy-introduction” video series. Now hop on in and meet the fearless Motorized Patriot.
Last evening at the VGAs Irrational Games showed off a brand new trailer for their upcoming game, BioShock Infinite. In this trailer, Irrational takes us on a tour through the flying city of Columbia to give us a glimpse at the new enemies found throughout the city. BioShock Infinite will be released sometime in 2012 on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC.
2K and Irrational Games have released some brand new BioShock Infinite screens at this years GamesCom. The center of these images are Elizabeth. Check out what’s playing at the theater in the first screen, just awesome. BioShock Infinite will be released Q1 2012 on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC.
It wasn’t long ago that the original BioShock was exclusive to the Xbox 360, and while the transition over to the PS3 went well, there’s no denying it could have been better. In a recent interview, Ken Levine spoke about the different architecture the PS3 has, and how his team has ‘something to demonstrate’ this time to the PlayStation audience.
At this years E3, Irrational Games showed off BioShock Infinite with a 14-minute-long demonstration. The demo was so impressive, it won the Game Critics’ “Best of Show” as well as “Best Action/Adventure Game” awards. Today, Irrational has released 2 minutes of that demo with an introduction by Ken Levine. Watch it inside.
In the latest trailer for Irrational Games’ BioShock Infinite, Ken Levine explains why war is waging in Columbia. Why all the trouble in the city in sky? Basically, its Comstock vs. Fitzroy, or the Founders of Columbia vs. the Voxpopuli. What exactly does that mean? Ken can explain it to you allot better after the jump.