The Truth Behind The Bioshock Infinite Game - VIDEO
Early 2012 gaming releases are thin on the ground, and to entice you to get off the couch and buy more games, come in-depth trailers like this one from Bioshock.
The idea is that Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged has come to life, so not your average first person war/zombie shooter.
No, the shooting, and the creeps in this game stem from a literary philosophy usually found in the pockets of young, idealistic university undergrads.
The cinematic vision in the trailer for Bioshock Infinite gives one the impression the game's makers are trying to appeal to a female audience, or at least one that might be new to gaming and looking for filmic values. Kind of an anti-Duke Nukem gamer.
Will the backstory get you to shell out £39.99 for Bioshock Infinite on pre-order now?
Check out the trailer below, with a sweet voiced cover of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's song Will The Circle Be Unbroken.