A Video Game Introduced Me to Economic Philosphy

Concept art for Bioshock. The first picture depicts a tilted frame of a hallway with windows that are leaking to the floor. Behind the windows are floating drowned bodies. The second picture depicts a lab filled with large tubes, books and cyberpunk architecture. One of the tubes are on the floor and broken.
Concept art for an enemy character in Bioshock. There are three different design variants for a man in a vintage diving suit.
Concept art for an enemy character in Bioshock. A woman with a torn dress, assymterical stockings and blood all over her body is brandishing two hooks on both of her arms.

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My friends call me Abel. My main interests are videogames, economic policy, writing and learning Japanese. I play piano, too, but I suck :|

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Amabel Jacinta

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My friends call me Abel. My main interests are videogames, economic policy, writing and learning Japanese. I play piano, too, but I suck :|

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