- Feb 22, 2004
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They seem to have changed the game a bit since 2010; I remember watching this video back then:
And both of their voices are just placeholders in that trailer, as Booker sounds way older than he does in the final game, in an odd way. I think Elizabeth is still voiced by Courtnee, even if her voice is waaay off, and Booker definitely isn't voiced by Troy. He also used to wear a suit in the older trailers, which I think only changed in the more recent trailers released in 2012 and 2013.They changed it a lot. Elisabeth doesn't even have any of those powers, she kind of looks different too. Also in the final game there is no telekinesis vigor as shown in that video.
I support it for gameplay and narrative reasons. During the raffle, for example - the crowd has plenty of time to leg it while Booker is messing with the cops before shit hits the fan big time. And obviously if you have a load of civilians standing around or running everywhere it could become more difficult to understand what you're needed to do or who you're trying to hit.As a civilian who would go poof in a shootout, I support the poofing civilians.
You hit everyone, problem solved.And obviously if you have a load of civilians standing around or running everywhere it could become more difficult to understand what you're needed to do or who you're trying to hit.
It wasn't a spoiler in any way. If he made specifics then I'd say it needed the tags.I put a spoiler tag around that because I'm ignorant I guess? I have not played Bioshock: Infinite, but that post looked like it might contain spoiler material because you were talking about boss fights. If you want this to be a thread where plot stuff can be discussed (or one where it's okay within spoiler tags), then we can do that. cool
You realise that's a subtle spoiler you put there right?DIdn't think that would be a spoiler. The instant I saw that guy in the beginning I knew he was going to be a pain-in-the-ass later on