Irrational Games now offers Columbia: A Modern Day Icarus: Part 2, a continuation of the pseudo-documentary discussing the events surrounding the formation of the floating city of Columbia that serves as the setting for BioShock Infinite, the upcoming first-person shooter sequel. This touches on the legend of the "Songbird," and the sinister implications of it being the guardian of the "Lamb of Columbia," which may just end up playing into the game.
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My concern is that the game is going to be too linear and restrictive, especially after playing games like Dishonored, Far Cry 3 and Deus Ex: Human Revolution. It certainly doesn't look as bad as ACM - which looked terrible in the preview videos - but I'll wait for reviews, more gameplay videos and user opinions before decided whether it's worth buying.
At least the PC version seems to be being taken seriously, as it includes high resolution textures, a FOV slider, anti-aliasing, ambient occlusion, etc.