Bringing art and morality to gaming: BioShock Infinite

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Critics are praising the hit video game BioShock Infinite for engaging with heady themes like American exceptionalism, religion, racism, xenophobia, science run wild, and the conflict between haves and have-nots. Brent spoke to Ken Levine, the creative director and co-founder of Irrational Games - the company behind the game.
Here's a look at Bioshock Infinite. This is a Mature-rated game, so view discretion is advised.

Official trailer:



Here's the scene at the county fair in Columbia that depicts an interracial couple. Warning: graphic content.

 

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