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Irrational Games announced today that the Songbird plushie featured in Bioshock Infinite will be released in September, and can be pre-ordered for $55 on their website. The bird will be 7 inches in height with a wingspan of 14 inches.
For those that were worried that BioShock Infinite might turn out to be a fan and critical favorite, but a commercial flop, it looks like Irrational did all right. US sales figures for March have been released by the NPD Group, with BioShock leading the top ten.
A while back, Little Big Planet and BioShock had a crossover costume pack, that allowed you to dress up your sackguy or gal as a Big Daddy or Little Sister. If you were worried you wouldn't get the chance to dress them up as Booker or the Songbird, worry no longer! A new pack will allow you to dress up as those two, and more!
We're just a sliver over a week away from BioShock Infinite, and in recognition of that, 2K has decided to release the 1,437th trailer. In case you don't have time to watch it, it goes like this: "Guitar! Ominous message... Rain and thunder! Dramatic pause... Plot plot plot! Face stab! explosion Pew pew pew! Plasmid! Plasmid! More pews! The end." You're welcome.
Bioshock Infinite is quickly becoming a day one purchase for me. Every new trailer makes the game look better and better. The most recent, titled "Lamb of Columbia," sets up more of the story, and hints at why the woman you are trying to rescue was kidnapped. The trailer also introduces some crazy looking visuals, including a very scary looking bird monster... thing (Bird Daddy?). Give it a watch below, Bioshock Infinite hits stores on on March 26th.
Irrational Games once had you explore a paradise after its fall. Now, it asks you to cause that fall yourself. The year is 1912. You play as Booker DeWitt, a Pinkerton detective hired to “rescue” a mysterious girl named Elizabeth from a floating city in the sky. Colombia appears to be heaven on earth, graced with technology years ahead of its time. Your mission will requires you to disrupt this utopia, forcing Colombia to reveal its true nature.
If you're going to do a trailer with little to no in-game footage, this is how you do it! A new Bioshock Infinite trailer has been released, and instead of teasing more of the crazy action, it instead poses the simple question, what happened to Columbia? The result, done in a 70s era education film style, is both entertaining and intriguing. While this was already a day one purchase for me, you can be damn sure I'm just a little more interested in how all of these story elements fit together. Give it a watch below.
Irrational Games have recently released the first five minutes of the highly anticipated Bioshock Infinite. Experience Booker Dewitt’s first steps into the floating city of Columbia. Check out the video after the break.