Submitted for your approval: Classic anthology TV series The Twilight Zone is about to become a feature film written and directed by Ken Levine, the creator of the BioShock series of videogames. It’s a match made in a land of both shadow and substance, of things and ideas, and it’s a perfect, almost uncanny, combination. Rod Serling’s The […]
BioShock: Infinite was a perfectly wrapped package of a story—one that used threads of the previous two games as its bow. I’ve already speculated about DLC options, here. But those were thought experiments, and until just now, it never hit me that the DLC could exclude one of my all-time favorite game characters, Elizabeth. But it seems my unimaginable may be real. According to Eurogamer, a 2K artist is creating an all-new companion character.
WARNING: HERE BE SPOILERS
BioShock: Infinite tells a complex tale of archetypes and architecture, a Klein bottle tied with a Moebius strip. The story arc is seemingly complete, so you might think there is nowhere left to go from here. But as we learned from B:I, “here” is a malleable concept. Irrational Games plans to release three DLC packs, with new characters and new gameplay. What can we possibly expect, besides the unexpected?
Want to know more about Irrational Games’ upcoming venture in the BioShock universe (or is it multiverse)? Wondering if the big sisters and little sisters ever had a middle sister? Curious to know who designer Ken Levine voted for in the last election? You may get the answers you crave. Levine will be participating in an upcoming AMA (Ask Me Anything) on Reddit, December 20, 2pm EST.