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.
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...
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.
Excerpt: The first episode of Burial at Sea was good, but it felt divided, with one half sectioned off for exploring and the other half demarcated for murder. Episode two not only fixes this problem, it’s so well-developed that it almost feels like a full game.
Summary: This is the game against which all other 2013 Game of the Year candidates will be judged, and it will take something incredibly special to knock BioShock Infinite off its throne. Everything about BioShock, from the incredible world of Columbia to the engrossing story to the memorable characters to...