The Big Daddies of Bioshock and the word “cute” rarely go hand in hand... until now, apparently. Yes, not even the warped weirdness and Randian politics of the hit Bioshock video games. No gods or kings, only Pops.
From artist Ástor Alexander come these video game-inspired pulp covers: Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda, and Metroid. My favorite is the Mario one, mostly because I imagine that it's a series, and every book ends with Mario heading to another castle.
Bioshock: Infinite concept artist Claire Hummel really loves your naughty drawings of quantum physicist Rosalind Lutece. Really, she does. She just wants to give you a hand by explaining just what goes on beneath Rosalind's vest.
No, this isn't a screenshot from the latest incarnation of BioShock —it's DeviantArt user LaynesLionRedCat cosplaying as quantum physicist Rosalind Lutece. Wow.
By Kyle Hill. The craziest part of BioShock Infinite isn’t the idea of combining a first-person shooter with jingoism, religious purity, and intense xenophobia. It’s the idea of floating an entire city.
Between the floating city of Columbia, the steampunk aesthetic and the evil robot George Washington Terminator, I imagine there's a lot of io9 readers interested in the new video game Bioshock Infinite. But playing video games is Kotaku's things, not ours. What to do? Well, how about we just watch the game's footage…
We know our sister site Kotaku does the video game coverage, but Bioshock Infinite — with its floating city, early 1910s setting, and blimp-punk aesthetic — just appeals to us for some reason. As does this newest trailer, which takes a look at the history of the city of Columbia as if it was one of those insanely…
Forget the underwater vintage sea town that was BioShock's Rapture. The latest game, BioShock Infinite, is a mind-trip set in the skies. Check out the latest trailer, which is set in the city built on the backs of blimps.