By Ryan Rayhill
As a virtual Rorschach Test, few games can match the level of atmospheric, psychoanalytical fun as the Bioshock series has achieved in the last several years. With the upcoming Bioshock Infinite, lead designer Ken Levine has given gamers yet another Utopia gone bad in the form of Columbia, a literal city in the sky during the turn of the century. Playing as a former not-so-nice lawman, Booker DeWitt, you come to grips with your past as well confront your possible future in the form of a powerful yet innocent companion named Elizabeth.
In this exclusive video Levine talks about what it was like to give a Bioshock protagonist a voice for the first time and how these two characters came to be:
...and check out a 15-minute demo of the game!