Great game, but it fails to beat the first Bioshock
dragonred385, Game Informer
24 June 2013
Summary: It's a good game, but nowhere near as good as the first one was. There are only 8 "vigors," or plasmids, and they get dull fast. Some of them are pointless, and the ones that are useful, like the stuns, only last a few seconds, so they too are practically pointless. The ones that cause damage do such a little amount that they are also pointless to use. You can only have two weapons with you at a time, which is a change I don't fully understand.
Summary: Alternate dimensions are kind of a secret weapon when it comes to video game storytelling. There are literally infinite possibilities when you start creating other planes of existence, and this can be either a good or a bad thing. The upside to this development is that anything can be drawn from this situation to create a number of memorable new experiences.
Summary: This game has a compelling story ,great voice actors , great characters and gorgeous graphics.This game is like you're actually watching a movie and getting to play it. The game gets pretty boring quick because the gameplay is pretty boring with few gadgets, familar enemies, repetitive objectives and linearity.
Summary: The games has definately got a lot going for it (superior art direction, intriguing characters, and gameplay that can be exciting at times) but as you get closer and closer to the end the plot becomes more and more confusing as well as convoluted. This is a game that would have stood the test of time on the first three aspects mentioned alone. As you finish the game, it only barely holds together, and that is with a major suspension of disbelief.