So far, the Bioshock Infinite animation they’ve started with has been mostly innuendo – but then it ends on a totally lascivious tease as they ask Internet commenters to come up with the rest of the story.
Every now and then a game comes along that screws with our expectations. When doing what we’re told destroys the world instead of saving it, we’re left wondering whether we’re playing a game, or the game’s designers are playing with us.
Playing the latest Bioshock is like listening to new album by The White Stripes, except that it actually happened.
Well, we already covered some of 2013’s films to look forward to (and not) last week, so why not give the video games of this year their time in the TR limelight as well?
I am so, so over the whole “ironic” ’50s educational filmstrip parody thing. But making fun of ’70s educational films? Whole new ballgame.
The article title would be sarcasm, by the way.
Sorry, but this pic of Hugo Strange was just too goddamn insane not to use.