Why BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Will Blow Your Mind

Bioshock infinite rapture connection Our love affair with Rapture continues. More specifically? Rapture before the fall Rapture — the underwater dystopian world introduced in BioShock — is one of the all-time great video game settings, and Burial at Sea takes us back there, and does so with style. What makes this return so special is we see Rapture in its heyday. I want to go to there. The opening scene alone is pitch perfect film noir and masterfully executed.


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The Connection to Rapture, the original Bioshock, and future games Long wall of text incoming, in-depth analysis It's hard for a story like copyrolexdaytona.mete to be self-contained. When the multiverse, alternate dimensions, and time-travel gets in the picture, it is inevitable that several theories will start to pop up. But in this case, the game itself gives us a hint about how Rapture has a connection to all of this, and that is purely intentional. Elizabeth's speech at the end of the game is extremely important. As you travel through the sea of doors, of lighthouses, she will talk about constants and variables.


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Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. News and opinion about video games, technology and the internet Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin I've had a blast the past few days reading through the hundreds of comments on this post. In it, I spent 3,000 words discussing the mind-bending ending of the BioShock Infinite, and readers spent thousands more giving their own opinions on all the events that unfold in the finale. There are discussions of metaphysics and time travel and multiverse theory and all sorts of things buried there. I highly suggest that you take a look at the full thread and learn a thing or two about the ending of the game people will be talking about for years.

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Interesting enough I thought these things also. - Columbia was a beautiful city in the sky - Columbia descended into chaos due to civil war. That or creates them somehow. As they look a lot like her when they are grown up at the end of Bioshock 2. These were Big Daddys and created to protect Elizabeths "children".