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Friday, 06 July 2007 19:30

New Bioshock trailer

Written by Slobodan Simic
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How to use the enviroment


As the E3 is just around the corner, most of the developers and publishers are showing something. Probably because they want as much attention as they can get.

This time it's a trailer with Kevin Levine showing the different ways in finishing a level. Actually he showed a same level finished in three different ways. Using the environment will be crucial in Bioshock, so take a look how you can use fire, water and then electricity in your advantage.

You can check out the trailer at Kotaku.

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