Ken Levine has just gotten done making a very impressive U-turn on his previous criticism of motion control in order to open the way for PlayStation Move support in BioShock Infinite. Selling the implementation as a way of opening the game up to new players, Levine has said his team is "only getting [its] head" around the concept.
Levine also said that the first BioShock will be included on the BioShock Infinite Blu-ray. That, to me, is cooler news than Move in Infinite. And I always have two versions of the first BioShock!
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