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BioShock Infinite Limited Edition Strategy Guide (&hellip by Bradygames
In an age where strategy guides are becoming increasingly irrelevant (thanks Wikia) it's difficult to find ways to make people want to purchase them. The solution is displayed here - turn them into collector's items.

This hardback book has a very nice gold wash print of Songbird on the front, and comes with a replica of the game's famous key, which, yes, is metal and not plastic. It's a little large for proper use as a keyring, but I don't care, it's a nice piece of decoration.

Inside the pages are glossy and full colour, and every little mechanic is explained in detail. It's not very long, but then BI isn't a very long game. A few of the pages provide extra background… Read more
BioShock Infinite (PC DVD) by Take 2 Interactive
BioShock Infinite (PC DVD) by Take 2 Interactive
3 of 7 people found the following review helpful
I've never felt like I'm getting so much value for money from a ~12 hour game.

A few months ago I wrote a review for Dishonored in which I posited that it was my game of 2012 - and I knew that because the year was over and nothing had surpassed it. I'm about to say the same thing about Bioshock Infinite even though it's only April because 2013 is going to have one heck of a job trying to top this absolute masterpiece.

There's no point going into detail on the gameplay because if you've played any Ken Levine game before you'll know what you're getting into. There are a few refinements but forget it, you won't buy Bioshock Infinite because it's a revolution in first… Read more
Stargate Universe - Complete Season 1-2 [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Robert Carlyle
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
but it almost isn't Stargate. It's a shame that there's such a bizarre shift in tone right from the get-go, so much so that were it not for the inclusion of Jack O'Neill in the first twenty minutes, you'd never know this was Stargate.

But that said, I did prefer this to Stargate Atlantis, which felt like a 90s TV show transplanted to the present day. You still owe it to yourself to watch this if you're a Stargate fan, otherwise you'll end up like the petty idiots who boycotted the show and contributed in part to its early cancellation. It really gets going early on in season 2, returning a lot more to the Stargate feel, ditching the overused licensed music and getting down to… Read more

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