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Top 10 Games To Look Forward To In 2013 – Part 1

Top 10 Games To Look Forward To In 2013 – Part 1

2013 looks like it’s going to be another great year to be a gamer. Next gen consoles are arriving and the biggest and most renowned developers are creating a string of new games and sequels to some of the best series around. But with so many great games being released which, in our humble opinion, are the ones to look out for? This is part one of the countdown of ‘The Top 10 Games To Look Forward To In 2013’.

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BioShock Infinite pushed back until February 2013

BioShock Infinite pushed back until February 2013

Originally established as an October arrival, Ken Levine has stated in an official 2k press release that the highly anticipated BioShock Infinite is being pushed back until February 26th, 2013, and confirmed that the game won’t be featured at E3 or GamesCon in order to put all efforts towards development. Personally I am of course a little sad that they had to delay it, but an early announcement is a far better approach than waiting until the deadline is snapping at their heels. Can’t wait. More polish means more polish! By which I mean… buffing. Not Polish. As I think the inhabitants of Columbia wouldn’t really go for that. The full statement can be found after the break.

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Bioshock Infinite: Heavy Hitters Videos

Bioshock Infinite: Heavy Hitters Videos

Bioshock Infinite is undeniably going to be one of the biggest game releases this year. Based on a very exciting world I am expecting great things from Irrational Games, I am looking forward to seeing whether they have learnt lessons from the original Bioshock. It is worth checking out these ‘Heavy Hitter’ videos which show off four unique enemies you will encounter in Infinite. The first one is above, and you can find the other three after the break.

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Bioshock Infinite Has 1999 Mode

Bioshock Infinite Has 1999 Mode

“Gamers face permanent consequences of their in-game decisions in unforgiving new mode” is how the press release about the 1999 Mode for Bioshock Infinite starts. My interest was certainly piqued when you consider the relatively consequence free nature of the original Bioshock thanks to those ever controversial Vita Chambers.

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