Last week Ken Levine took part in a lengthy but extremely interesting Q&A with BAFTA, if you have over an hour and a half to spare and are interested in the BioShock series I thoroughly recommend it.
In the Q&A entitled ‘From Shodan, to Big Daddy, to Elizabeth: The Evolution of AI Companions’ Ken Levine talks about the history of the series and the company, focusing on the narrative of the games as well as player choice and the themes involved.
There's not much more to say really other than it is highly recommended, so stop reading this and start watching the video which is embedded at the top.
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