We've played a lot of BioShock Infinite recently. Like, a whole lot. We've played it so much that we're starting to see things, watching in horror as the world of Columbia merges with our own. And we have a feeling you've noticed the same thing.
We've been playing too much Infinite, and if you have too odds are you can relate to these problems we've been having.
WARNING: While we've tried hard not to spoil any major aspects of the game for you, there may some spoilers in here if you haven't played the game at all yet.
You look at the clouds and think about founding your own city
You can't stop humming "Will the Circle Be Unbroken"
You honestly considering becoming a mercenary to wipe away your debt
You search through the trash can for goodies…
…and eat any food you find
You think drinking beverages with animals on it will give you powers
You distrust twins
You record 30-second audio diaries and leave them lying around
You feel weirdly compelled to read books about Quantum mechanics
You individually pick up every coin you find
Whenever you hear a song, you look up when it was written
You prefer to consume your media via Edison kinetoscope
You think about ripping a hole in reality whenever you're in an awkward situation
You throw things at your friends from across the room whenever they ask for them
You refuse to call a handyman when something is broken (no matter how bad things get) because you fear they'll beat you up
You think about making your own sky-hook to travel on power lines…
And then you make a sky-hook out of a hanger and some duct tape
And then you try to use it on a power line
And then you die
But it's ok, because you find that you're just back inside your office
Odds are as more time goes on, we'll find even more parts of our brain that have been outright ruined by BioShock Infinite. What about you? Have you noticed anything bleeding over into the real world? Let us know.
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