Posted: May 26
Bioshock Infinite is the third in the Bioshock trilogy, bringing to a close the story of our Protagonist. A Steampunk-styled, dystopian alternate universe; However, instead of traveling to city at the bottom of the ocean, you are transported to a sky city where everything is Heaven-flavored, that is until it all goes to Hell. Fast. I have to admit, I sort of fell in love with the series after a short time playing the very first Bioshock. I found myself wanting to immerse myself in the story and learn all I could, while trying to survive not only the hidden things lurking around corners, but the scattered people who seem to have gone completely insane. This Bioshock was different. In this, the people of the sky city are told by their rulers, whom they almost seem to worship, that you are The Marked One, who must be killed. So instead of encountering people who are completely insane, you are chased, cornered, and attacked by people of thinly veiled sanity, from a once seemingly utopian society. I would recommend this game, as well as the entire Trilogy, as it was fun, exciting, and worth at least a playthough.