Ken Levine - News




  • News Oh, BioShock Vita Still Hasn't Even Entered Development

    Not a particularly big shock

    Do you remember BioShock Vita? The title was announced by series creator Ken Levine during Sony’s E3 2011 press conference, promising a unique take on Irrational Games’ seedy franchise. Sadly, the game still hasn’t even entered development, as publisher Take-Two and Sony are yet to sign a deal regarding the...


  • News Ken Levine Isn’t Convinced You’ll Like BioShock Infinite’s Ending

    BioWare understands

    In an interview with Outside Xbox (sorry!), BioShock Infinite designer Ken Levine has revealed a tidbit about the ending of his upcoming title, describing it as "unique" and unlike anything you'll have "experienced in a video game before". Chatting to the show, he said: "The plot actually gets more interesting as it goes on. The...

  • News Why Is BioShock Infinite's Box Art So Bad?

    It's for frat boys

    BioShock Infinite’s box art is a travesty. You may not all agree – but series creator Ken Levine certainly does. Chatting with Wired about the abysmal cover image, the luminary compared the pack shot to salad dressing. Stick with us. “There are plenty of products that I buy that I don’t spend a lot of time thinking...






  • News Ken Levine Praises Killzone 3's Move Controls

    Reach for the sky

    We don't know too much about how BioShock Infinite will use PlayStation Move, but Irrational Games head guy Ken Levine is certainly impressed with how the controller has been implemented in flagship shooter Killzone 3. A recent PlayStation Blog post featured a video interview with Levine, and though he didn't give away any...




  • News Move Controls in BioShock Infinite "Would Cheat Gamers"

    So says Ken Levine

    The anticipated scurry of first-person franchises over to PlayStation Move hasn't quite materialised yet: Portal 2 does not feature Move, although EA is considering Move for Battlefield 3. 2K sequel BioShock Infinite won't be using the motion controller though, and why not? According to BioShock creator Ken Levine, it's so users...