jayxan Apr 1, 2013 @ 1:46am
Not that great. 7/10 at best.
I'm not wasting my time writing a review because anything that isnt gushing with flowers and rainbows gets deleted from steam anyway.
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Zakalwe Apr 1, 2013 @ 2:18am 
Ahh, you're wrong. It's at least an 8/10, possibly a 9!

You were close, though, I'll give you that!
nutcrackr Apr 1, 2013 @ 3:02am 
It doesn't get deleted.
jayxan Apr 1, 2013 @ 11:29pm 
ive had plenty of well thought out reviews deleted because the fanboy forum moderators didnt agree with what was written.
bunraku ッ Apr 1, 2013 @ 11:33pm 
10/10
Shadowspaz Apr 1, 2013 @ 11:41pm 
I think that's mostly because negative reviews are simply gushing with personal preference. It's one thing to admit you did not enjoy a game, and state reasons, and give it a 5/10. It's another to state it was a terrible game, crafted poorly, and say it's all because you didn't like how things were done.

And that's done on the positive side, too. Personally, I think this may be the best game I've played in a long time. The story managed to be incredibly convoluted, while remaining consistent (Which is ridiculously rare for stories of that nature), and while the character development isn't the strongest I've seen, it's certainly strong enough to make me care about them, and grow emotionally attached. The ending was, admittedly, a lot of information all at once, and it shattered the immersion to change the characters so drastically, and the invisible walls were pretty bad at times. Elizabeth could've had her events coded better (ie. throwing you coins), and a handful of other minor points. But as a developer, I strongly believe that the most powerful points in a game lie in the emotion and the unveiling of the story, both of which were done very well (Emotion could've been a bit better). On top of that, the gameplay felt great, and, being something that I don't really look for, when I notice that, it means something. :P

So I enjoyed the game greatly, admitted where it was personal preference, and pointed out the faults. I've seen maaaaybe one or two people do that with negative reviews. As such, they are met negatively. Most of the ones I've seen go as far as insulting people that have enjoyed the game. So just stay reasonable, state your points, and people will listen.
Icy1007 Apr 1, 2013 @ 11:50pm 
Nope, the game is a 10/10.
jayxan Apr 2, 2013 @ 12:27am 
I do and they get deleted. This is why I wont buy stuff from steam anymore and buy it from other retailers while using steam is a tv guide if you will. No respect for their users.
bunraku ッ Apr 2, 2013 @ 12:28am 
Originally posted by xandramas:
I do and they get deleted. This is why I wont buy stuff from steam anymore and buy it from other retailers while using steam is a tv guide if you will. No respect for their users.

Excellent.

Do you even have Bioshock?
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jayxan Apr 2, 2013 @ 12:33am 
Yep, I finished it on ps3. Actually I think I played all 3 of them on ps3. I already wrote a review of what I felt about it after all a few hours ago its on the second page here. Outlining one of the major plotholes in this story that players just have to accept which most of the dumb ones dont see and wonder why the ending is so hard to grasp right away.
FrontlinerDelta Apr 2, 2013 @ 1:01am 
To me it was a 9/10. I've never seen a setting more beautifully crafted, I've rarely gotten as attached to characters in games (been a loooong time), and while the story did lose me towards the end, now that I understand it more I think it's mostly pretty good.

It makes a second playthrough just as enjoyable as the first since you know what's going on, there's lots of things to pick up on and go "oooh that's why!".

EDIT: Ok I see OP is butthurt about getting a thread deleted and thinks that means steam has no respect for users? Hmmm ok.
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Kanaev Apr 2, 2013 @ 1:41am 
It's 97 out of 100. If you don't get the plot - go play your CoD.
JKflipflop Apr 2, 2013 @ 1:47am 
Originally posted by xandramas:
Yep, I finished it on ps3. Actually I think I played all 3 of them on ps3. I already wrote a review of what I felt about it after all a few hours ago its on the second page here. Outlining one of the major plotholes in this story that players just have to accept which most of the dumb ones dont see and wonder why the ending is so hard to grasp right away.

Orly? Explain this "plothole".
bunraku ッ Apr 2, 2013 @ 1:49am 
Originally posted by Killeramgon:
http://venturebeat.com/2013/03/28/understanding-bioshock-infinites-ending-ending-explanation/

I like how he doesn't know the difference between a Native-American and African-American.
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KenTWOu Apr 2, 2013 @ 7:19am 
Definitely 9.32687532(3) out of 10, hope 3 DLC will turn it up to eleven!
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