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This Little Sister's syringe could suck up a king's ransom in Adam

Feb 26 // Colette Bennett

When I prepare to make a costume, I always have to sit and look at it first to figure out what I can personally accomplish and what I can't. For instance, I can't accomplish dressing up as a persona without someone to help me make the elaborate stuff. On the other hand, some people seem to come with built-in skills to accomplish such things, and Harrison Krix is one of them.

You may remember Harrison as the guy that created the coolest gift for his girlfriend ever in the form of the gun from Portal. Not satisfied with just rocking her world, he showed off his newest creation recently, a pitch-perfect replica of the syringes the Little Sisters carry in BioShock. Now if I could only shrink a few feet to cosplay one of them properly...

Speaking of proper, I heard a rumor that Krix might be working on a new super-secret project that may be very relevant to Destructoid readers interests. I wonder what in the world that could be?

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