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"I went to video games and did not realise I was doing it!"
And how Ghost Story is managing expectations of its revolutionary "narrative Lego".
Under-wraps project "will have strong appeal to fans of BioShock".
A thousand doors to nowhere.
Rapture springs yet another leak.
"The AAA, single-player narrative game is starting to disappear."
Cites Borderlands and Shadows of Mordor as inspirations.
Spec Ops: The Line is free with any purchase.
Plus: Rayman Legends on Xbox One.
"There's always a lighthouse. But probably not in this game."
Ostensibly for an early November release.
Always leave them wanting more, not less.
UPDATE: UK price is £10.49.
"Come bite the apple."
"Glad to help, Fox. Glad to help."
CEO says 2K Marin is alive and handling BioShock going forward.
We'll always have Paris.
Motion capture was nixed in favour of animated, exaggerated features.
"We always try to bite off more than we can chew."
Devs show off their favourite bits to work on.
Complete the narrative using only non-lethal tools as Elizabeth.
All but 15 let go from Irrational Games.
UPDATE: Behind the scenes video released. Spoilers!
Tearaway is, so is Assassin's Creed 4.
UPDATE: Due 25th March, will expand original BioShock story.
And more from Outside Xbox.
Includes a major returning character. Spoilers!
Along with Outlast, ModNation Racers: Road Trip and Dynasty Warriors Next.
Concept art emerges from the deep.
Plus The Division and video games' weirdest celebrity cameos.
BioShock! Batman! Monaco! More!
Eurogamer's analysis and Levine's hints for Episode 2. SPOILERS AHEAD.
"We chose quality over quantity."
Due next month, priced £9.99.
Outside Xbox investigates. Plus GTA Online safety tips, Battlefield 4.
Behind the scenes on BioShock: Burial At Sea, and the impossible city's improbable return.
How does Irrational's return to the sea shape up?
Playing as Elizabeth won't just be "Booker in a dress".
"I don't think the living room matters that much any more. It's about wherever you want to game."
Also this week: Payday 2 and BioShock Infinite's Rapture DLC.
Why not an Apple?
Late-arriving producer brought "the eyes of a gamer" to help Irrational finish up.
No false profit here.
"It can end up being counterproductive for the gamers' own interests."
Come see Clash in the Clouds.
Two-part detective story where you play as Booker and Elizabeth in Rapture.
Combat arena stopgap out today, full-blooded detective story to follow.
The first DLC is a wave-based combat game - and it's out today.
Booker your tickets now.
But 2K quiet about XCOM: Enemy Unknown.
Who could it be?
Songbird print already selling out.
While Fire Emblem re-awakens 3DS sales.
UPDATE: BioShock Infinite sold 878,000 units on console during the month.
Plenty of prophets.
UPDATE: Launching new studio for 2K in San Francisco.
Chris Donlan goes in search of Columbia's origins.
God only knows.
Outvox your opponent.
But can't unseat Tomb Raider as the biggest UK launch this year.
Or, Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel for £59.99.
One of the game's most interesting spaces explored. Warning: don't read if you haven't finished the game!
Up to 40% and 70% respectively.
Using the Konami code.
Plus Uncharted 3 GOTY, AC3 DLC and new PlayStation All-Stars characters.
How Irrational's talented animators make all the difference - and why they hope you won't notice.
Mixing brains and headshots.
"I don't need to compromise - how many times in life do you not need to compromise?"
From the archive: BioShock Infinite's creative director talks about games, politics and throwing himself on the fire.
"Hey guys, do you want to work on this and not feed your family?"
To include BioShock and possibly X-Com: Enemy Unknown.
Three DLC packs will offer new stories, characters, abilities and weapons.
UPDATE: The game has gone gold.
£1.85 or free if you pre-order game from Amazon.
The sky's the limit.
BioShock! GTA5! The Last of Us! Beyond!
Off we go to Columbia.
"I can't tell whether people will like it or not like it."
BioShock Infinite's Elizabeth: Ken Levine on creating the best AI companion since Half-Life 2's Alyx Vance
Irrational Games' toughest challenge yet.
You have until 19th December.
Levine says there will be alternate box covers to download.
Meet Elizabeth, fight the Handyman.
Designer has a cool design for it, still very interested.
"Nobody remembers delays. Once a game comes out it's either good or it isn't."
Irrational breaks cover and lets us spend several hours playing with Booker and Elizabeth.
Would you kindly sort it out?
Would you beliEVE it.
Puzzle tie-in unlocks BioShock Infinite in-game content.
Reaffirms February 2013 release date.
Designed by System Shock, Thief and BioShock concept artist.
Including lead AI programmer.
Epic's Rod Fergusson migrates to Irrational
Art director rumoured to be off to Naughty Dog.
Games that didn't make the cut: Bulletstorm, Vanquish, Fallout New Vegas, Mirror's Edge and Metro 2033.
Irrational Games job listing raises suspicions.
"I won't kid you: BioShock Infinite is a very big game."
"There's no such thing as 'it's finished'."
The Fullbright Company targets PC for debut release.
Latest Heavy Hitter enemy revealed.
Juan Carlos Fresnadillo ditches film.
Ken Levine introduces terrifying new foe.
But Ken Levine promises gameplay hasn't been sacrificed.
"It has its own vibe. It's a strange and different game."
We're all fingers and thumbs in excitement.
"The proof's going to be in the pudding."
Ken Levine on the Motorized Patriot, aka, George Washington with a chaingun.
PlayStation Move support double confirmed.
Now, would you kindly pre-order.
Partying like it's 1999.
Ken Levine sets a course for 1999.
A more "demanding" experience with "irreversible" choices.
"It's a year to be proud of our industry."
Irrational's airborne epic due next year.
Worked with Irrational on BioShock.
Has to be "a good representation of the game".
UPDATE: Or not.
With Ken Levine, voice actors and some NSFW words.
Meet the real Booker and Elizabeth.
Elizabeth turns out to be multilingual.
Did you buy or Niko copy?
A shortlist of 10. Winner announced Monday.
Inside Columbia's dimensional tears.
Out next week.
Levine inspired by Batman's structure.
Friends in high places.
First two minutes shown.
Windows to other worlds explained.
Don't force it on the player, he argues.
Ken Levine talks rollercoaster shooting.
Game of the Show, Best Tech, Best Publisher and more.
Ken Levine talks Columbia's opposing sides.
Elizabeth! Skyrails! Columbia!
Elizabeth! Sky rails! Combat! Vigors!
2K give us something to crow about.
In-game posters from the world of Columbia.
But the "right pieces" must be in place.
First look at the game's minimalist HUD.
3D support possible, however.
"It's one less barrier to the experience."
Both before April 2012.
BioShock dev happy with what he's got.
No repeat of gaffes that blighted original.
"What's the point of two creative leads?"
"Demo-ey" tricks just for gameplay vid.
Something to crow about.
Lunatic politician! Cyborgs! Vigors! Crows!
Tune in to Xbox Live on 22nd September.
Irrational talks powers, story and Final Fantasy.
But "not convinced" it shapes up yet.
Say hello to the Handyman.
Seven questions with Ken Levine inside.
The shock of the old.
And what he thought about it.
BioShock takes to the skies.
Your first glimpse of Columbia.
To Infinite and beyond.
Verbinski cutting costs but not "integrity".
Might be filmed in London to save money.
Likely to coincide with the film.