The GamerSushi Show, Ep 67: BioShock Infinite Spoilercast

the gamersushi show ep 67

Welcome, welcome, one and all, to the 67 episode of The GamerSushi Show. On this three man cast, we finally delve into spoiler-talk about BioShock Infinite, so be warned if you’ve yet to complete the game.

Not that Eddy doesn’t try and spoil it a couple times in advance of the actual discussion, but I, your fastidious editor, made sure that his attempts at trolling were for naught. Sorry in advance to you headphone users, though. In addition to BioShock, we talk about Disney closing LucasArts, EA winning the Worst Company in America award for the second time in a row (they’ll annualize anything, won’t they?) and the out-of-control rumor mill surrounding the next Xbox.

Listen, rate, and we’ll catch you on the flip side! Of the coin. Get it? BioShock reference.

0:00 – 3:47 Intro
3:48 – 10:55 Disney closes LucasArts
10:56 – 17:24 Ea is the Worst Company in America (Again)
17:25 – 33:50 Next Xbox is a Cable Box and Always On
33:51 – 1:20:00 BioShock Infinite Spoilercast
1:21:41 – 1:23:50 Outro

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6 thoughts on “The GamerSushi Show, Ep 67: BioShock Infinite Spoilercast”

  1. I was expecting some jokes like “Bruce Willis was dead the whole time” In any case great spoiler cast! It put some new perspectives on some sections of the game for me.

  2. Im sorry anthony your thinking of the wrong movie. It was actually Rugrats Go Wild he played the voice of spike.

  3. *spoilers*
    I just wanted to mention that BioShock Infinite had a bunch of cool “oh shit” moments, but my favorite one was Booker chasing after Songbird in the last third of the game. As you’re running up after Songbird (and years into the future which I didn’t realize), the world transitions to a dark blizzard climate. I kind of shrugged it off as a change of pace or a supplement to the rising action, but then Booker points out how cold it is even though it’s July, and then I realize: it’s not July.

  4. Great cast. As an experience I absolutely loved infinite, but I had the same issues with the gameplay as you eddy. —-(I dont want the following to show up on the side in case someone hasn’t played it yet)**** I think my biggest problem with the game was the fact that there are infinite worlds and infinite possibilities. Essentially that means that nothing you did in your play through mattered at all, because in an infinite number of other places the “right” outcome is/was/will be happening, and an infinite number of other “worlds” are/were/will be in a much worse state. For a story that felt so important and had so much to say, only your experience had any meaning, your actions were completely futile. Some of the plot would almost have worked better if it was time travel within one universe, If there are infinite worlds, than all the Elizabeth’s that disappear at the end shouldn’t disappear, because they do in fact exist/have existed/will exist somewhere no matter what happens any where… That being said, what a beautiful experience. A game that makes you think that much deserves many nods. All the music is still giving me chills.

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