Summary: It's kind of nice to have A FPS that isn't just a throw-away background storyline. You need to pay attention if you want to understand it but it is worth understanding. The game play did not seem as highly responsive as I would like for a FPS, but the storyline was interesting.
Summary: We all know by now that fist person shooters are all the same and they aren't that long.Bioshock just feels different tho and has roughly 13 hours of gameplay for someone who inspects every detail and looks for Easter eggs
Summary: I did not like the story of this game. It was pretty confusing...maybe i am dumb but I had a hard time following. I beat the game on hard difficulty and found it to be a blast. The gameplay itself is very fun and found myself playing for hours on end...until it ended. Anyways, i am probably in the minority when it comes to the story ,but as one who has played the other Bioshocks, i'd say this is the worst out of the 3. Not saying it is god awful ...
Summary: I'll get straight to the point. Generally, I dislike First Person Shooters (FPS) due to their dull nature. However, Bioshock Infinite is certainly a diamond in the dirt. Pros: - excellent story driven FPS. - meaningful interactions between characters and choices (especially in 1999 mode). -well balanced powers (vigor). - amazing atmosphere. Very well designed utopia. - phenomenal ending that requires a bit of thought to fully understand.