Irrational is also launching a $5 challenge pack today.
A timeline begins to emerge for the release of BioShock Infinite’s story expansion.
The Columbia’s Finest DLC isn’t the anticipated story expansion.
Levine returns to his Hollywood roots.
Editor’s Pick Still have questions about BioShock Infinite? Maybe this will help.
Editor’s Pick WATCH OUT FOR SPOILERS has become a familiar warning in discussions about Irrational’s big game. THIS POST HAS SPOILERS, TOO.
Irrational Games finally releases all of its proposed cover art options for BioShock Infinite.
Editor’s Pick In development for over five years, Irrational finally releases its alternate-history first-person shooter, one that’s so good at transporting you to the sky city of Columbia that its little flaws really stick out.
Obama, the iOS App Store, and six Halo games are just a few of the things that happened since Irrational released BioShock.
Irrational Games, the developer of BioShock Infinite, seems to have made a small but important change to a female character’s design.
BioShock Infinite’s newest trailer proves the game’s damsel in distress might be more powerful than the man sent to rescue her.
You think the BioShock Infinite cover is bad? Here are five ways it could be worse.
Editor’s Pick In BioShock Infinite, developer Irrational Games presents a nuanced experience of 1912 U.S. race relations.
Irrational Games creative director Ken Levine explains what they’re using the extra time for and why it’s all executive vice president of development Rod Fergusson’s fault.
New documentary The Critical Path includes interviews with the technical and creative talents behind today’s most popular video games.
Did you know that BioShock once took place in an underwater Nazi base? Or that Atlas originally had a southern accent? Discover other interesting facts about the popular shooter inside.
This year’s E3 is looking more notable for what we won’t be seeing.
BioShock Infinite was the picked as the most anticipated game by the Game Critics Awards at last year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), but the game has been delayed until next year and won’t even be shown at this year’s trade show.
Take-Two Interactive’s BioShock Infinite has been selected as the best game of the E3 video game trade show by the Game Critics Awards.
Karl Slatoff is the executive vice president and chief operating officer at Take-Two Interactive, which has published some of the hottest-selling video games in history, from Grand Theft Auto IV to Red Dead Redemption and this year’s LA Noire. Not everything New York-based Take-Two does is golden (Duke Nukem Forever is getting bad reviews), but Take-Two is definitely carving out a reputation as a haven for some of the video game industry’s most-talented developers.