Some info on how Bioshock:Infinite's version of plasmids. Looks like it's a consumeable ..
Columbia's version of plasmids are called vigors, and they aren't fueled by a single resource. Instead each vigor has a set number of charges when you obtain it, which eliminates the need for a blue mana bar. Weaker vigors like telekinesis have more uses per pick-up than stronger ones, but they will still be a resource you need to manage-no more buying stacks of evo hypos and firing off powers left and right. If that sounds dissapointing, don't worry; the way vigors are consumed has an upside.
The limitation on the charges is more about being able to scale them to different powers, making some of them hugely, awesomely powerful, Levine explains. Whereas in Bioshock, they all had to be roughly the same power because they all had roughly the same cost. Just like ammo for the best weapons is scarce in many games, limited-use vigors are much stronger than the normal teir, and allows Booker to demonstrate a more impressive array of abilitites.
I read an article about this game in the October Game Informer. I'm definitely looking forward to this game. I think the content and time period will provide a pretty cool experience, much like the first one did. But this one possibly being better.
So far off though. =(
Everyone in the GL exists as buddies and mortal enemies at the same time. It's like quantum states of nerd-rage and nerd-alliance.
Just watched the vid last night. Looks extra creepy too. How about the woman just leisurely sweeping in the burning gazebo? And didn't the "natives" sound like they were making the classic/typical Native American noises?
Definitely looking forward to this.
I think you should mark it as such if you want an intellgient debate
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