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User avatar #12 - flusteredmoose (07/13/2013) [-]
Bioshock 1 - Godlike game
Bioshock 2 - meh
User avatar #24 to #12 - arandomanon ONLINE (07/14/2013) [-]
I loved the 3 games. However, I don't consider Infinite as a real Bioshock game because it actually has nothing to do with the saga. Sweet game though.
User avatar #25 to #24 - flavadave (07/14/2013) [-]
bro, did you even watch the ending?
User avatar #28 to #25 - arandomanon ONLINE (07/14/2013) [-]
I did. And I saw the Rapture "references". But it still has actually nothing to do with Bioshock saga.
User avatar #45 to #43 - arandomanon ONLINE (07/14/2013) [-]
Of course, the "basis" in the story line are related and the event succession is also related. This article made it clearer to me. However, it's not a Bioshock game in the sense of "being in the same universe" (rapture reality).
Thanks for the article by the way.
User avatar #30 to #28 - loginman (07/14/2013) [-]
Believe it or not, one theory that I've heard of is that infinite is actually Bioshock 1 (or maybe even 2) set in an alternate reality. Remembering how Elizabeth could travel through time (and as a result, realities) Comstock is simply Ryan, and Columbia is simply Rapture in another reality. One piece of evidence is how Booker was able to use the bathysphere, even though only people in the same genetic pool as Ryan could.

TL;DR Infinite is Bioshock in another reality
User avatar #31 to #30 - arandomanon ONLINE (07/14/2013) [-]
I didn't hear of that theory but I've also thought of that. As you pointed out, since Elizabeth can travel between realities, they could reach to an alternate reality (Bioshock's reality) from Infinite's.

It makes sense to me.
#36 to #31 - pozeby ONLINE (07/14/2013) [-]
Also Big Daddies are fragmented Songbirds and Little Sisters are Elizabeths
#44 to #36 - anon (07/14/2013) [-]
"They're a million million worlds. All different and all similar. Constants and variables. There's always a lighthouse. There's always a man. There's always a city."
User avatar #15 to #12 - flavadave (07/13/2013) [-]
I mostly agree with you, but i was quite fond of 2. the other two descriptions are spot-on.
User avatar #17 to #15 - flusteredmoose (07/14/2013) [-]
I'm not saying it was a bad game, I'm just unsure with the sort of vibe the game was trying to give across, in B1 it was lonlyness, in infinite it was being hunted, but in B2 I couldn't understand what it was giving across, which is what put me off.
User avatar #27 to #17 - flavadave (07/14/2013) [-]
i understand, dude
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