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Irrational devs recall proudest moments from their last BioShock DLC

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I'm getting a little veklempt

In this reflective look back at the soon-to-be released final DLC for BioShock Infinite, members of the team at Irrational Games talk about the elements of the experience they are most individually proud of. There are also little snippets of gameplay cut throughout that give glimpses of the stealth gameplay Elizabeth will favor, environments, concept art, and other neat stuff.

Knowing that this is well and truly the end of Irrational, this video feels like a bittersweet farewell for some, the pride at accomplishments colored by the awareness of their finality. I really hope they're going out on a high note here.


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