Review: BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode 2 (Sony PlayStation 3)
24 April 2014
Summary: I’m happy to report that Irrational Games’ swan song is a smashing success. It changes up the status quo by focusing on stealth rather than pure combat, but that turns out to be a good decision. The story is far more interesting this time around, you can’t beat it in an hour, and it feels like something you could legitimately expect to pay fifteen bucks for.
Summary: 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. It's probably going to be a long time before we get to debate the merits of another BioShock game again though, considering the fact that Irrational Games has dissolved, and is handing over the franchise to 2K.
Excerpt: "My muse is a fickle bitch, with a very short attention span!" - Sander Cohen Burial at Sea takes place after the events of Bioshock Infinite , or at least it seems that way so far. You start off in the office of Booker Dewitt, except instead of being haunted by a disembodied voice, you're greeted by Elizabeth. She has the allure of a sexy heroine from a noir detective mystery, standing at Booker's office window with a cigarette waiting to be lit.
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. The mysterious beauty walks to the window and holds a smoke gingerly between her fingers. As I always say “Pretty girls don't light their own cigarette.