Oh my adrenaline that rises when I write these posts … another game coming to the Penguin for yours and my joy of Penguin gamer, come check it out!
Bioshock Infinite gets its port to Linux
Every day it seems to me that the size of Linux games is more a matter of "wanting" than feasibility of making, another sensational game coming to the Linux world and I here writing in this cordial way when in fact I meant "PU % AQ TE P * &%, FACE &% &! ", But beauty … I hold back …
|Image: Bioshock Infinite gameplay|
The game and the plot
BioShock Infinite a first person shooter game developed by Irrational Games and published by 2K Games was released worldwide for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on March 26, 2013.
Infinite the third game in the "BioShock" series, and while not immediately part of the history of previous games, it presents similar gameplay concepts and a similar theme to previous games.
Set in 1912, during the rise of American exceptionalism, the game's first protagonist is Agent Booker DeWitt, sent to the floating city of Columbia to find Elizabeth, a woman who has been held captive for most of her life.
After Booker rescues Elizabeth, the two engage in a clash of faces in the city, the Nativists, the Founders Elite, who strive to keep the city to pure Americans and Vox Populi, rebels representing the common people.
During this conflict, Booker discovers that Elizabeth possesses strange powers, she can manipulate space-time cracks in the city of Columbia, he also discovers that she is the centerpiece for the city's secrets.
The Linux version
The Linux version is designed thanks to Virtual Programming, who developed the version compatible with Penguin, you buy the game on Steam from the link below, check out:
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