Global Game Awards
Bioshock Infinite
Bioshock Infinite
  • Best In Class Runner Up
    Game of The Year
  • Best In Class First Place
    Most Beautiful
  • Best In Class Runner Up
    Most Atmospheric
  • Best In Class Runner Up
    Best Story
Bioshock Infinite
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Game of The Year
Bioshock Infinite
Quite possibly the perfect Bioshock swan song. Infinite took us up from the depths of the ocean, where the series began and delivered us into the skies where we could explore a city amongst the clouds. Creating a believable world among the clouds is something only dreams are normally capable of. Bioshock Infinite is a perfect balance of story, art-deco-steampunk and exquisitely well paced action. It easily holds its own against anything else that could be considered the greatest game of the year.
4th
Most Beautiful
Bioshock Infinite
Bioshock Infinite caught the world’s attention when the first trailer was revealed last year, and it was immediately clear why. Rarely does a game world come along that catches your attention like Columbia does, the sprawling archipelago of floating islands providing a stunning backdrop for an incredible game. The first moments stepping out into Irrational Games world were truly awesome experiences that set the tone for the rollicking adventure that was to come.
1st
Most Atmospheric
Bioshock Infinite
Columbia was a creation with such unique aesthetics that it positively reeked atmosphere wherever you trod/skylined. The floating islands and grand architecture were juxtaposed with scenes of carnage and death, drawing you into a world like no other. The surreal environments and the sublime attention to detail managed to do an impossible task, in bringing a dying world to life before your very eyes.
2nd
Best Story
Bioshock Infinite
A fine tale with an ending that leaves you with a brain that feels like a choc-ice melting in the sun, what more could you ask for from Irrational Games? A tale of political intrigue, moral ambiguity, and ruddy great floating islands; it was every bit as pretentious as it sounds but that made it all the grander.
2nd

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