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BioShock Infinite.
BioShock Infinite
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Welcome to the city of Columbia. Floating amongst the clouds, cruising far above sea level, this is a place unlike any you've ever seen. Please enjoy your voyage...

The third game in the popular Bioshock series, BioShock Infinite breaks away from the underwater setting of the first two games to take players into a floating city held aloft by dirigibles. The game is set in 1912. You ... read more
Rel. dates: EU 26.03.13 US 26.03.13 JP 26.03.13
Developer: Irrational Games
Publisher: 2K Games
Tags: Third-Person, Shooter, Shooter
Rate:
7/10 avg.
Pro's

Bioshock Infinite has one of the best openings of any video game made to this day. Experiencing the ride up to Columbia and being able to just walk around for a while and explore parts of the city in your own pace is a great way to kick off this great looking game.

The music fits the game perfectly, and in combination with the amazing scenery you're in for some fantastic experiences on a level that is rare to see in video games.

The game also forces you to make some interesting moral choices that, while not making a huge difference in-game, might have you thinking about them even days after you've finished playing through the story.

No unnecessary tacked on multiplayer that no one will ever play. Instead all the focus went into making Bioshock Infinte a great, polished and memorable single player experience.

Bioshock Infinite has one of the most interesting stories of any video game I've played. It also presents this story in an interesting way through a mixture of exploration, in-game dialogues between the protagonists, and stations with cinematics clips that you can choose to view, or ignore depending on your interest in the background of Columbia.

Con's

Bioshocks combat system is not its strongest point. It's fine most of the time, but it can sometimes be annoying and disorienting when enemies all of a sudden seem to pop up behind you or keep shooting at you from some place you can't see.

Sometimes a hidden enemy is left somewhere in the area. You can hear him, the combat music is still playing and unless you find him and take him out, you're unable to perform certain actions like lock picking doors.

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Sound
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TOTAL SCORE
9 /10
Bioshock Infinite takes you to the skies and beyond

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