Ken Levine, Irrational Games creative director and the man behind the BioShock series visited On Point for our show on BioShock Infinite today. Here’s proof.
Ken Levine in the On Point studio (photo by Jesse Costa, WBUR)
Ken Levine, extreme close-up (photo by Jesse Costa, WBUR)
Tom, thanks for covering this! Ken Levine is one of the great video game designers and his latest undertaking is nothing short of ground-breaking for the medium.
Levine is among one of only a handful of designers using video games as a medium not just to entertain and tell a story, but to create an emotional and intellectual impact that film/television cannot. He is truly a pioneer who deserves recognition.
Thanks for bringing this to the attention to those who aren’t hooked into the world of video games!
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