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Within a few hours of play, the answer becomes clear: Bioshock Infinite is more than simply Bioshock in the skies. While it might share common DNA with its illustrious forbear, and feel very similar in the moment to moment gameplay, it’s a different experience. In a way, it’s the gaming equivalent of The Godfather Part 2.

While both The Godfather and its sequel concern gangsters, corruption, family and the corrosive lure of power, and both involve scenes of drama punctuated by sudden bursts of violence, there’s no way you could call the second part a retread. The same holds true here. Bioshock Infinite is a continuation, but one that takes the ideas and aesthetics of its predecessor in a new direction

Spoilers are a problem in any review, but with Bioshock Infinite the story is the key to the whole experience. The less you know when you load the game up, the better.

All you ought to know is that it’s 1912, that you play a Pinkerton private eye with a shady past, and that you’ve been sent by unknown agencies to the floating sky city of Columbia to retrieve a girl. It turns out that the girl, Elizabeth, has mysterious powers, and that getting her out won’t be as easy as you thought. In fact, it’s going to be very hard indeed.


Columbia is not Rapture Mark 2. Where Rapture was in the midst of both a moral and physical collapse, Columbia appears to be a city in full working order.

Admittedly, with its religious fundamentalism, barely-concealed racism and totalitarian leanings it’s not a city you’d want to spend too much time in, but where Bioshock’s motifs were art deco beauty, rust and leaking water, Infinite starts off with sunshine, 1900s American and colonial splendour, before a rapid descent into darkness, anarchy and horror. It’s Disneyland Main Street with a dark side.

Where Rapture had gangs of Plasmid-wielding mutants, Columbia has well-armed police and military forces, backed up by steampunk mechs and psionic freaks. Less obviously but more importantly, Rapture was a city of fairly small spaces, with even its grander areas quite compact. Columbia is a city of large civic spaces and towering buildings, where multiple levels are connected by rollercoaster skyrails. In Rapture the tommy gun and the shotgun were generally the tools of choice, but in Columbia you’ll find yourself reaching for the carbine and the sniper rifle.

Graphic and sounds

Bioshock lived and died on its sumptuous visual design and smog-thick atmosphere, made up not just of its period aesthetic, but of the sound design, the music and the exceptional use of light and colour.

Bioshock Infinite repeats the same tricks, and the graphics are even more dazzling. It’s a stunning game on console, but on the PC with detail levels and textures set to maximum it looks incredible – not photorealistic in the style of Crysis 3 but painterly, like a moving work of art. Pay attention to the music, too. I don’t want to spoil anything, but there’s a genius in the way the game takes the familiar somewhere strange and new.

the basic combat

n terms of combat, the basic feel will be very familiar. Columbia has its own version of Plasmids in its Vigors; liquors that, when drunk, reveal new psychic energies, allowing you to throw fireballs, send out trails of vicious crows at your enemies or suck in and discharge hostile fire.

Most have a secondary fire mode, enabling traps or alternative attacks, and they’re fuelled by vials and bottles of salts, meaning there’s no moral choice involved in getting more. Meanwhile items of clothing take the place of Bioshock’s passive tonics, increasing your resistance to damage, adding ammo capacity or hitting incoming melee attackers with a dose of their own medicine.


Music 🌑 🌑 🌑 🌑 🌕 - 4/5
graphic 🌑 🌑 🌑 🌑 🌓 - 4.5/5
gameplay 🌑 🌑 🌑 🌑 🌑 - 5/5
Story 🌑 🌑 🌑 🌑 🌑 -5/5

total = 🌑 🌑 🌑 🌑 🌓 - 4.5/5 points!

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