BioShock Infinite: No Discussion Needed
If you look at the heading it will most certainly appear as though I’m embezzling any and all ideas from Jake in his latest column. I feel that I need to say something on this matter as well as giving Jake all the credit.
I’ve conversed with Cavie about this the other night before reading Jake’s column.
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It’s no mystery to my friends that I’ve been going on and on about Infinite since the invention of the triangular wheel. It’s true, ever since the announcement I’ve been eagerly awaiting any further news and videos, be it articles, trailers, gameplay or interviews.
I’ve even walked the extra mile in terms of a collector’s edition out of pure erratic behavior. (I blame Irrational Games for everything, as well as the upturn in price in the fossil fuel market.)
Gamers play games for different reasons and there is nothing wrong with that. Some may play it for relaxation and they may have little interest in regards to the stories that many games provide. There really are bunches of different reasons, but I’m not here today to talk to you about that.
As the anticipation for BioShock Infinite grew, I was fully confident in the fact that I was going to bombard you internet surfing folk out there with Infinite article after Infinite article.
I am, however, not planning to do that. At all.
After playing through Infinite and starting up a second playthrough, I have absolutely no desire at all to talk about it more than I currently am rendering.
What fool am I?
I’m a fool that went through such a personal journey that I feel no need to share it.
The emotions I felt and the thoughts that went through my mind while playing are mine and mine alone. This will for sure be a game, nay, experience that I will treasure for the rest of my life.
Nothing would make me happier than knowing that there are hordes of folks out there enjoying the game and experiencing it for themselves, but that’s where I would like it to stay. They can talk about it with each other and there is not one single aspect wrong with that.
I may appear to be over-sentimental and who knows, maybe I am?
This is not a game that requires an analysis. Perhaps within your own mind and believe me, my mind haven’t had a chance to sit back and enjoy a warm beverage since playing Infinite.
Go out there and explore every nook within Columbia that you can find!