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Because BioShock Infinite’s bro-friendly box art was met with a tremendous amount of disdain, Ken Levine held a poll to choose reversible cover art. Today, Irrational revealed the winner.

Ken Levine let fans choose between six designs. Design #4 ultimately won with 38% of the votes.

Honestly, I don’t care a whole lot about video game cover art. Much like books, I’ll read what I’m going to read, I’ll play what I’m going to play —no amount of marketing is really going to influence that. I would’ve preferred Design #3 won out, but upon reflection it isn’t much different than the original cover. At least Design #4 is unique. BioShock deserves unique.

Here you go, ladies and gentleman—your very red, very period-artsy reversible cover for BioShock Infinite:

And Now, the Winner of BioShock Infinite’s Alt-Cover Poll

Because BioShock Infinite's bro-friendly box art was met with a tremendous amount of disdain, Ken Levine held a poll to choose reversible cover art. Today, Irrational revealed the winner.

By | 12/23/2012 12:45 PM PT

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Because BioShock Infinite’s bro-friendly box art was met with a tremendous amount of disdain, Ken Levine held a poll to choose reversible cover art. Today, Irrational revealed the winner.

Ken Levine let fans choose between six designs. Design #4 ultimately won with 38% of the votes.

Honestly, I don’t care a whole lot about video game cover art. Much like books, I’ll read what I’m going to read, I’ll play what I’m going to play —no amount of marketing is really going to influence that. I would’ve preferred Design #3 won out, but upon reflection it isn’t much different than the original cover. At least Design #4 is unique. BioShock deserves unique.

Here you go, ladies and gentleman—your very red, very period-artsy reversible cover for BioShock Infinite:

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