Concept Art for Bioshock's Handyman is Tragic and Menacing

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The new concept art for Bioshock Infinite's Handyman illustrates the beautiful detail behind the game's menacing steampunk-inspired cyborg. Steampunk has been a popular craze for some time now; the notion of reinventing history with a Sci-Fi twist makes for particularly creative mash-ups and scenarios for what could have happened had there been access to such high-powered arsenal.

Inspired by the porcelain dolls from the 1940s/50s era, Bioshock Infinite's Handyman is depicted as a menacing yet tragic figure. Pale faces, deep cut eyes and an exposed heart indicates that the steampunk-cyborg enemy is a slave-type figure, forced to unleash havoc upon the players.

If the concept art for Bioschok Infinite's Handyman is any indication of what to expect from the third installment, the upcoming game should prove to be a visually stunning and compelling gaming experience. Stats for Steampunk Cyborg Portraits Trending: Older & Average
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