Review: BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea – Episode 2 (Sony PlayStation 3)
17 April 2014
Excerpt: It’s hard to believe, but this game is the swan song for Irrational Games. As such, it has a lot to live up to. However, we fans have been let down by the previous two DLC releases for Infinite . Clash in the Clouds was fun enough, but it had none of that classic BioShock substance we know and love.
Summary: Irrational's swan song BioShock Infinite had an interesting run, with player reception all over the board. Some loved it, some hated it, others reveled in its celebration of violence, some disapproved.
Review: BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea – Episode 1 (Sony PlayStation 3)
15 November 2013
Excerpt: BioShock Infinite has already had one major DLC release with Clash in the Clouds . However, it wasn’t the kind of DLC that many fans wanted. It focused purely on creating a series of combat challenges rather than significantly adding to the lore in any way. I still liked it though.
Excerpt: Dewitt Investigations, just another gloomy day at the office of a private detective. Then the most beautiful dame you'd ever seen walks in and wants your help. Not only that but she wants to help you find your missing ward, a young girl named Sally.
Summary: A conflicted return to Rapture BioShock Infinite was one of the most polarizing releases in recent memory among the gaming community. While a number of critics lauded it as an apex for Irrational, many fans were left feeling underwhelmed by certain facets of the design, some of which felt like a...
Excerpt: Companionship. It’s one of the strongest emotions you can feel in any work of fiction. Your connection with an imaginary character seems real, born organically through a shared experience and the challenges you overcame at each other’s side.
Pros: Elizabeth feels like a real person, One of the most visually captivating games ever made, How the game lives up to or defies your expectations in equal measure
Cons: NPCs can feel hollow compared to Elizabeth, The fact that it ends, How racist people were in 1912