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Elizabeth and the Songbird – Bioshock Infinite Trailer



Who is Elizabeth, and how dangerous could she possibly be? Find out what Booker DeWitt has in store for his journey to Columbia in this new trailer. How far will you go to set her free?

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  1. That's really not true. We don't justify everything we do with certain text and scriptures. They're important guides we use in our daily lives and how we choose to live. Your statement may have been true during the time bioshock infinite is based on, and maybe even on some people today. But that is not every religious person, and to say it is is very ignorant.

  2. Wait people are offended by this game? I'm a Christian and I don't see it as a bad thing. Columbia itself is a satire of Government obsession and religious extremes. Its a beautiful and horrifying setting!

  3. Still one of my all-time favorite games. The music, art, the mood, how the characters looked, sounded, the writing, the story, and the world were all just executed so well. You know that feeling you get when you've just watched or read and understood a classic piece of art (film, book, poetry, whatever) and you get why its important and well-done and respected? I got that feeling playing this game. It was well-made, fun, and it sticks with you for a long time after you've finished.聽

    As a side note this is one of my favorite trailers. 馃檪 Really highlighted the importance of your bond with Liz in the game more than some of the other trailers (which are still really awesome).

  4. I got the next bioshock idea make it rapture and infinite together in a huge open world and have choice either the ending is based on your action oh and pls be booker and elizabeth again but this time booker is real booker not comstock and maybe jack in bioshock 1 will be another poltagenist

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