BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea DLC launches today, get the trailer here

BioShock Infinite: Burial At Sea

By on November 13, 2013 at 4:24 pm

As of right now you can return to Rapture for the small price of $19.99, with BioShock Infinite’s Burial at Sea DLC launching today and taking you underwater all over again. The DLC is a two-parter, with the other half expected in the new year.

You can find it on Steam here, and find the trailer below. And, if the mood takes you, our video review of BioShock Infinite is also available right here. Enjoy!

8 comments (Leave your own)

Get hype!

 

Russacky,

/Hype acquired

 
Nasty Wet Smear

*Whispers* Don’t buy it. Don’t buy DLC. Aim for a world where stuff like this comes with your game. You Can Do ITTTTT!

 

nastywetsmear,

So I should throw away the ability to get more content for my game purely because of the fact that some publishers take advantage of it.

I love Irrational’s games and I hope to see them make more so I vote with my wallet. I know that there are some people who think that supporting DLC will bring the white man’s dystopia of paying peace meal for his game but I believe that a lot of developers have the integrity to not take advantage. Especially ones like Irrational.

 
Nasty Wet Smear

Russacky: nastywetsmear, So I should throw away the ability to get more content for my game purely because of the fact that some publishers take advantage of it. I love Irrational’s games and I hope to see them make more so I vote with my wallet. I know that there are some people who think that supporting DLC will bring the white man’s dystopia of paying peace meal for his game but I believe that a lot of developers have the integrity to not take advantage. Especially ones like Irrational.

Yes, you should throw away the ability to pay 5 times as much for 1/8th the content that, if price were competitive and game makers were battling for our dollar rather than taking your coin for granted, would come included with the content… Or, back in the day, in a much longer and more enjoyable ‘expansion pack’ that would include dozens and dozens of new maps and hours and hours of game play.

Yes, I think you should do that. :)

Still, it’s just a suggestion. Can’t force anyone to do anything… I used to, but that term in gaol really taught me a lesson: “Don’t get seen doing it”.

 

nastywetsmear,

I just had a big ol’ argument with peeps about the whole TPP thayng so I’m exhausted. You vote with your wallet I’ll vote with mine. Just, please, no more arguing.

 
Nasty Wet Smear

Russacky: nastywetsmear, I just had a big ol’ argument with peeps about the whole TPP thayng so I’m exhausted. You vote with your wallet I’ll vote with mine. Just, please, no more arguing.

Okay, good call… Can, um… Can I borrow your wallet?

 

nastywetsmear,

Yeah sure, m- WAIT A MINUTE!

 
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