GTA V may be a murder simulator with fast cars and loose morals, but at the heart of it all, it’s always been about one thing: Money. There are plenty of ways to make some fast cash in GTA V. But this method might just be the easiest way to keep your bank balance happy and full.
So, everyone loves Bioshock Infinite to the point where it could eat a baby in front of you, and you’d still praise it. It’s a damn good game overall, even if it isn’t my personal GOTY, and of course, it has some merch lined up. So throw on a snappy Songbird Hoodie and get hammered on the official Vigour absinthe, because there’s a board game on the way!
You kids today. With your regenerating health bars and omens of death. Back in my day, we had limited life bars and only so much turkey to eat to replenish them back in the good ol’ video game days! Rabble rabble rabble! Fortunately, if you’re feeling as old as I am right now, Bioshock Infinite happens to have a more “classic” difficulty mode hidden inside it. Here’s how to unlock it.
I love how the gaming industry is in a phase where it can sell people on a promise. That’s why we’ve got pre-orders with numerous baiting techniques to lure us in, and of course, DLC. Most DLC is a one-off affair of new looks and gear, with the occasional biiger piece of story thrown in for good measure. Joining the club this week in the land of “we promise that it’ll be rad!”, is Irrational Game’s Bioshock Infinite. And yes, using Elizabeth and those big blue eyes to sell the extra content is a bastard genius move.
Bioshock Infinite is finally out in March, and barring yet another incremental delay, it looks like a smash hit so far. The game is just begging to be played on some sort of platform, and while many of us will be slinging controllers come launch day, the PC market will be putting fingers to keyboards instead. Here’s the kind of beef that you’ll need to give the game a go in order to stand a decent frame-rate chance against the Songbird.
Bioshock Infinite has been through the ringer as of late, with several delays and some small controversy, but at the end of the day, it certainly does look a premium R600 game. It’s a single-player affair though, and after all the extra time spent on it, you’d expect a game loaded with content. And you’d be right, because right now, there’s around two entire games worth of content there…that has been cut.
What’s that? Bioshock Infinite happens to be one of the games that you’re looking forward to next year, after the January drought of games. Yessiree, I can’t wait to go into my local games shop at the end of February to pick that up! Well bad news pal, because the game has once again been delayed.
With 2012 gearing up to be yet another banner year for gaming, one of the highlights on the horizon is Bioshock Infinite. The upcoming FPS takes place decades before the original games, and swops the objectivist underwater utopia setting for a paradise in the sky that is tainted with an ongoing civil war between factions.
Caught in the middle of that, is our main protagonist Booker, and Elizabeth, a naive yet wonderfully developed leading lady that accompanies players throughout their quest. So far, she’s been a hit with fans due to her emotional range and charming personality, but it seems that her well-developed chest has taken centre stage, much to Irrational Games Boss Ken Levines’ disappointment.
So Skyrim gets released tomorrow, can you believe the day has finally arrived? Are you all prepared for the rumoured 100 hour campaign, have you taken the week off to complete the game in record time?
Well then I’ve got news for you, while the story mode may end up taking you over 100 hours to complete that will only happen if you decide to stop going on side quests at some point as the number of side quests is infinite.