Last chance to enter our BioShock Infinite competition! Entries close at midnight

BioShock Infinite Competition

By on May 6, 2013 at 5:56 pm

Did you know we are running a massive BioShock Infinite competition? Where you can win not only limited editions of the game but also stuff like the replica skyhook, which aren’t even available for sale anymore?

The first prize even includes a SAPPHIRE HD 7970 3GB GDDR5 card, so you can play BioShock as Irrational intended — at maximum settings.

Head on over to the competition page and enter! You’ve got six hours!

12 comments (Leave your own)

ENTER ALL THE COMPETITIONS!

 

Glad I bought the game, I’ve got zero chance of winning that… *looks at 200+ entries*

 

vcatkiller:
Glad I bought the game, I’ve got zero chance of winning that… *looks at 200+ entries*

Indeed lol, but someone is getting a sweet prize at least!

 

Good luck to all. I’ve got my entry in!

 

Completely forgot all about this. A lot of good entries in this comp.

 

I wish I could edit posts. I want to change a couple words! I do not own the game, I would most definitely love to get a copy.

 

timmytim:
I wish I could edit posts. I want to change a couple words! I do not own the game, I would most definitely love to get a copy.

You can edit posts! If you’re logged in, an edit button should appear underneath your post?

 
BioShaq Infinet

My vigor would be a kind of time travel.
It would cost a hefty amount of salts, maybe 5 uses per full bar.

Click once to freeze time for a limited time, as in bullets in the air and everything. You move freely, of course.

Click and hold to reverse time for as long as you hold, stopping when all salts have been depleted. Again, you move freely, but if you damage an enemy, time resumes from that point, and the enemies attack with a new strategy.

The icon would be a reverse arrow, Bookers hands, at the first drink, would grow massive blue veins. The vigor, aptly named Time and Space, would, without Booker’s knowing, be a form of travel to another dimension, where the enemies attack differently. A mini-tearing ability, if you will. This backstory given in a Voxophone.

 
BioShaq Infinet

It wouldn’t let me make that comment in the competition so I’m sharing it here.

 

Tim Colwill: You can edit posts! If you’re logged in, an edit button should appear underneath your post?

Indeed, I reserve a space and edit-in my entry later every time.

Although I didn’t enter this competition because I’m not very interested in Bioshock. I figured that since I’m so likely to beat all 200+ other entries, I’d better leave the prizes to the actual fans.

 

Good luck reading the 240+ entries Tim lol

/coffee

 

Tim Colwill: You can edit posts! If you’re logged in, an edit button should appear underneath your post?

Awesome :D

 
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