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BioShock Infinite Featured In $34.99 BioShock Triple Pack For PC

Posted on Tuesday, July 30 @ 10:25:48 PST by

What a coincidence! Just as Irrational Games announces that future BioShock Infinite DLC "Buried at Sea" will take place in Rapture—the setting of the original BioShock—before its fall, a triple pack featuring all three BioShock games goes on sale.

Starting today through August 7th, is featuring deals on the BioShock franchise. The best of these deals is a BioShock Triple Pack featuring all three games for just $34.99. This deal, however, is for PC only.

I for one never played the original BioShock, but have wanted to since I completed BioShock Infinite. I just now picked this deal up, paying less for all three games than I did for my one PS3 copy of BioShock Infinite on the PS3. I'm learning quickly that PC gaming is a lot more cost-effective than console gaming, once you have a PC good enough to run the games.

Will you be picking this up too?

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