New BioShock Infinite video tells you how alternate dimensions are the new Plasmids

Also, Ken Levine is smarter than you

Want to know just what the hell is going on in BioShock Infinite? In this video, Irrational Games Ken Levine will give you a little of the “what” and then boggle your mind with the “why.”

Interesting. So the inclusion of Plasmids and genetic manipulation in BioShock was a reflection of theoretical DNA research during the 40’s, and Infinite’s mechanics are based on the science being explored by theoretical physicists like Albert Einstein and Werner Heisenberg during the early twentieth century… Dang, Ken Levine shure is book learn’d, y’all! I probably would’ve studied harder in science school if I knew it could get me into a Star Wars movie seventy years early.

Jun 23, 2011

Interesting. So the inclusion of Plasmids and genetic manipulation in BioShock was a reflection of theoretical DNA research during the 40’s, and Infinite’s mechanics are based on the science being explored by theoretical physicists like Albert Einstein and Werner Heisenberg during the early twentieth century… Dang, Ken Levine shure is book learn’d, y’all! I probably would’ve studied harder in science school if I knew it could get me into a Star Wars movie seventy years early.

Jun 23, 2011

Interesting. So the inclusion of Plasmids and genetic manipulation in BioShock was a reflection of theoretical DNA research during the 40’s, and Infinite’s mechanics are based on the science being explored by theoretical physicists like Albert Einstein and Werner Heisenberg during the early twentieth century… Dang, Ken Levine shure is book learn’d, y’all! I probably would’ve studied harder in science school if I knew it could get me into a Star Wars movie seventy years early.

Jun 23, 2011

Interesting. So the inclusion of Plasmids and genetic manipulation in BioShock was a reflection of theoretical DNA research during the 40’s, and Infinite’s mechanics are based on the science being explored by theoretical physicists like Albert Einstein and Werner Heisenberg during the early twentieth century… Dang, Ken Levine shure is book learn’d, y’all! I probably would’ve studied harder in science school if I knew it could get me into a Star Wars movie seventy years early.

Jun 23, 2011

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