BioShock Infinite Hands-On Preview

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CrazyCapnMorgan:

SkarKrow:

BloodRed Pixel:

Yeah, Life Guard Paracutes that you can throw after the people who fell down...
Here... CATCH!

LMFAO!!!

I more meant people should just have to wear one at all times. I'd throw them a bungee rope.

Bungeeing would be awesome in that world.

That would be awesome, unless...

1) Bungee cord breaks

2) On the way down, you're met by a passing thunder cloud

3) Successful bungee down, only to come back up and impale yourself on the underside of the floating city

I am totally for number 3 to become a standart bungee jumping feature!

CrazyCapnMorgan:

SkarKrow:

BloodRed Pixel:

Yeah, Life Guard Paracutes that you can throw after the people who fell down...
Here... CATCH!

LMFAO!!!

I more meant people should just have to wear one at all times. I'd throw them a bungee rope.

Bungeeing would be awesome in that world.

That would be awesome, unless...

1) Bungee cord breaks

2) On the way down, you're met by a passing thunder cloud

3) Successful bungee down, only to come back up and impale yourself on the underside of the floating city

Yeah I think there'd need to be some testing going before you made it open to the public, so as to avoid unecessary squishy murdering.

Juan Regular:

SkarKrow:
Edit: Want game now! Building a new PC mostly so I can play it on an up-to-date format >_O

Im getting my first gaming PC for this game alone. No idea what should be going in there though. Any suggestions?

What's your budget? If it's around 750~ (including UK VAT at 20%, so this'll be cheaper there) I'm going for:

3GB EVGA GTX 660ti
i5 3570K w/cooler so I can overclock it in future, don't remember the cooler buyt they're cheap and it's scribbled down somewhere
Gigabyte Z77 motherboard, once again it's written down somewhere
16GB Corsair Vengeance @ 1600MHz
120 SSD, once again no idea the specific model but it's written somewhere, it's a system drive above all else
2TB Seagate Barracuda for storage
Fractal R3 case, tis sexy if a bit pricey
Corsair 600W builder series PSU
some Creative soundcard, got it saved somewhere but cba to look it up now
and ofc windows 7 64.

That should be knocking on the high end of mid-budget and do very nicely on most things on a single monitor at 1080p.
If you wanna save money and AMD chipset might be the best way to go, more bang for buck at low end but I'd highly recommend splashing on intel's sandy bridge or ivy bridge CPU's and a decent mobo appropriate to them.

Edit: I'd also recommend reading a lot of reviews and doing a lot of research into what does what and how well it does it. Not to mention in some instances you're better off paying a bit more cash. Intel CPU's cost more, but they're usually vastly superior to anything AMD's current lot can muster. As for GPU's if you go to the cheaper end then AMD Radeon is probably better than Nvidia, tend to be cheaper at low-mid, but once you top 200 the 600 GeForce series cards are generally worth the investment, if you've got the cash a GTX 670 combined with an i7 3770K @4.4GHz would go a long way.

I like the fact that in this screenshot Elizabeth seems a lot less anatomically improbable.

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