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11 Best Video Game Intros Of All Time

Posted on Sunday, March 3 @ 12:53:01 Eastern by Alex_Osborn



1. BioShock

BioShock is indisputably one of the greatest games of this generation (yeah, I said it) and all you need to do is watch the title's opening moments to understand why. Irrational Games' ability to provide an interactive story right from the beginning is an admirable feat. Much like Half-Life 2, the opening moments of BioShock introduce the player to an incredibly detailed world that is just begging to be explored. Honestly, just watching this again has me tempted to take the plunge into Rapture once more.

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