Remember back in September, when Irrational Games and 2K released a beautiful 10â€“minute gameplay peek at their 2012 prequel title, BioShock Infinite?
Since thenâ€”with such a long wait in front of us at the timeâ€”the game has remained relatively quiet. Even at the recent E3 convention, what the man behind it all, Ken Levine, brought to show off was kept securely behind closed doors for the most part. Yes, we got a very tiny glimpse and some info on the game being compatible with PlayStation Move, as well as word of an original PlayStation Vita BioShock game, but we didn’t get to see what those people saw behind those closed doorsâ€”the very same footage that scored BioShock Infinite an embarrassment of convention awards.
Now, we see what they saw. The 15â€“minute E3 gameplay demonstration for BioShock Infinite has been released online, and it’s a wild, wild ride. You can see it for yourself by heading below now!
The character we play having a voice adds so many layers to the gameplay and his vocal reactions to what we look at as the player, as well as his interactions with Elizabeth, are stunning. And if you don’t like roller coasters, well…you might need to steer clear of this one.
I assure you when I say this, that it is not at all hyperbole: I could watch someone play BioShock Infinite in its entirety, and would, in all likelihood, be thoroughly entertained throughout. It looks that good.