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New BioShock Infinite "Documentary" Explores The Mystery Behind The Songbird

Posted on Friday, February 15 @ 06:54:11 PST by Alex_Osborn

Irrational Games has just released their second faux documentary for BioShock Infinite, this time exploring the mystery that surrounds the gargantuan flying creature known as Songbird.

The video notes that instead of keeping unwanted guests out of Columbia, the beast's primary responsibility is to keep the "Lamb of Columbia" within its confines. It doesn't take much detective work to realize that this "Lamb" is obviously Elizabeth, who I have a strong feeling is probably city founder, Zachary Comstock's daughter.

The idea that Elizabeth is dangerous and poses some sort of potential threat is incredibly intriguing. I'm sure her ability to open tears in the space-time continuum has something to do with that. Oh man, I can't wait until March 26th!

You can check out the first part of the documentary here.
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