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Video games have users defending Earth against an extraterrestrial attack, rescuing women in the Old West, or derailing an evil corporation

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Bioshock Infinite

In his review, IGN's Ryan McCaffrey concludes that BioShock Infinite "is a brilliant shooter that nudges the entire genre forward with innovations in both storytelling and gameplay." Stepping back into 1912, you take on the role of former Pinkerton agent Booker DeWitt, who's dispatched to the fictional floating city of Columbia to rescue a woman named Elizabeth. In return, his debts from buying too many timeshares will be forgiven.

But as Booker forges an unexpected bond with Elizabeth—and discovers that her environment-altering powers only bolster his gun-slinging skills—the game takes on a new direction. This immersive storytelling blends with intense game play, such as when you watch Booker's hands catch fire and blister with disturbingly lifelike accuracy. Interactive environments heighten the experience all the more with high-speed travel on sky lines, townsfolk-filled plazas, and imaginative weaponry.

  • First-person shooter with dynamic and interactive environments
  • Set in 1912 in fictional floating city of Columbia
  • Vivid narrative with intense combat, like a good bedtime story
  • Graphic style that's both retro and futuristic
  • More than 80 awards and honors, such as IGN's Editors' Choice
  • Metacritic score: 90+ out of 100
  • Download and activate via the Steam software (not included, but free to download)
  • ESRB Rating Mature: Content is generally suitable for ages 17 and up. May contain intense violence, blood and gore, sexual content, and/or strong language.
Borderlands 2

New weapons, new character classes, and new open environments mean that while Borderlands 2 is a direct narrative sequel to its predecessor, it breaks new ground to become "an overall superior game," according to IGN. The game's macro-plot pits rebels against an evil corporation, but the short-term goal of nearly all the missions is discovering and capturing new loot. A seemingly endless stream of new guns and foam #1 fingers continuously improve and recalibrate players' fighting abilities, so no battle is exactly the same as the last.

  • Join rebels to overthrow an evil corporation on planet Pandora
  • Discover new loot during missions
  • Wield paramilitary and innovative weapons
  • Intense violence in gameplay and cutscenes
  • Open-world environments
  • Includes online multiplayer features
  • Download and activate via the Steam software (not included, but free to download)
  • ESRB Rating M for Mature. Contains blood and gore, intense violence, language, sexual themes, and use of alcohol. Online interactions are not rated.
XCOM: Enemy Unknown

Developed by the minds behind Civilization, XCOM: Enemy Unknown similarly challenges players to formulate in-depth game strategies. But instead of imagining the evolution of mankind, XCOM: Enemy Unknown applies a different concept: what if we faced our last stand? With the world under extraterrestrial attack, you head up XCOM, an elite paramilitary organization formed by the world's governments in a last-ditch effort to survive. Recruit, evolve, and develop affectionate nicknames for your soldiers as you venture into more than 70 missions that include turn-based ground battles. As your soldiers and weaponry evolve through intercepting alien intelligence, so do your strategic possibilities. This immersive and evolving strategizing—along with intense firefights—nabbed XCOM: Enemy Unknown multiple E3 2012 awards, including Best Strategy Game.

  • E3 2012 winner for Best Strategy Game
  • Command XCOM, an elite paramilitary organization
  • Defend earth from an extraterrestrial attack
  • 70+ missions, such as finding the president's kid a prom date
  • Recruit, customize, and evolve soldiers
  • Plan combat missions for turn-based ground battles
  • Intercept alien technology to develop weaponry
  • Single-player main campaign
  • One-on-one multiplayer point-based death matches
  • ESRB Rating Mature 17+: Content is generally suitable for ages 17 and up. May contain blood and gore, strong language, violence, and online interactions

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