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Bioshock Infinite is a first person shooter with an excellent story, fast paced game play, varying challenges, and dynamic character upgrades that help keep the game fresh and going. This game will easily make it on my favorite games list, and the leader in its genre. -Detailed breakdown review-Story:
Have you ever completed a game and can’t remember any of the characters names? I think this is a common problem we all have, and game designers try their hardest to make sure you remember their protagonist.
In Bioshock Infinite you will never forget the names “Booker DeWitt”, “Elizabeth”, or “Father Comstock”. Why? You may ask; it’s because these characters are fascinating, you’re drawn into the spiraling story and floating city that is “Columbia”.
I won’t give away any important plot details, just know that each time I thought I understood where the story was going, it was changed and reversed leaving me astonished and eager to learn what would happen next.Game Play:
Unlike the past two Bioshock games, this game limits you to using two weapons and two Vigors (aka, your: Force Powers / Mana / Plasmids)
. I preferred this mechanic because it simplified the controls and made you plan which devices suited your strategy.
There are two other elements to talk about regarding game play: transportation, and clothes. In this game you get to use a special tool that lets you zip along rail lines, which I must admit still hasn’t gotten old for me. Instead of having gene tonics (DNA adjustments that gave you special abilities and strengths) you have clothes which do the same. Achievements:
Bioshock Infinite has a total of 80 achievements, about half of these are earned in the main game, the rest are from DLC. Regarding the achievement types; they’re what you would expect, story achievements, killing enemies with certain guns, killing enemies certain styles, collecting all the voice recordings, find all the things, and beating the game on the hardest difficulty.Price:
Bioshock Infinite is $29.99. At the time I’m writing this review, I’ve put in 18.5 hours; on my first play through I played very thoroughly (I was only missing 1 voxiphone/Voice-recordings at the end *cries*)
I think this is a fair price for the amount of time I spent playing, as always I suggest you purchase the game on sale or from a humble bundle. Conclusion:
Many people have asked me to compare Bioshock 1, 2, and infinite. What I said is that they’re all extremely good games, but for infinite you don’t need to play the first and second game because it’s a completely different setting.
Naturally the game feels more new, but that shouldn’t undermine the fact that the whole Bioshock series has raised the bar, and up to this point Bioshock infinite is the most worthy successor yet. One can only wonder what might be to come next?
I’m Atratzu, and I highly recommend this game.