In an interview at the Brattle Theatre, acclaimed director and maestro of the mystical Guillermo del Toro discussed The Fall, the second installment of his The Strain trilogy. He also payed homage to the video games he's come to know and love (and even make), and put the smack-down on America's favorite movie critic Robert Ebert for claiming that "video games can never be art."
Last week, Irrational Games, the studio of Ken Levine, the creator of BioShock, unveiled its next title: BioShock Infinite, which appears, more or less to be BioShock set in some kind of City in the Clouds (or possibly on an airship), rather than the underwater city of the Rapture. Today, in an interview with Kotaku's Stephen Totilo, Levine expands upon the game and its connection to the original BioShock
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