Summary: This has to be the most misleading piece of advertisement I've ever seen. Plenty of Skyrim fans have dreamed about a Move compatible version of the game. Given how this product is packaged, one would think that dream has finally become a reality.
Summary: I absolutely loved the first 2 games in this series, but can not say that about the third. Where was my map? Where were the puzzles? Where were the hard enemies? And I agree with another reviewer when he said he thought the end was just halftime. The story was okay but not enough gameplay involved.
Summary: Bioshock Infinite is a game of dashed expectations. If you want a simple cover shooter where you play a god who is forced to listen to people prattle on about nothing, you will not be let down. If you want "game of the generation," look elsewhere.
Summary: Alright so time for a reality check concerning this franchise. I've been tracking for many years now how the shock series wich started with one of my alltime favourite games 'system shock' has slowly slipped down into a pit of "mass market appeal".
Excerpt: Before we begin, we’re long overdue a discussion regarding the subject of development time. It has become very easy to criticise many game franchises of not giving their games the time and attention that they deserve.
Summary: This is an old-school first person shooter first, and story-driven game second. By "old-school", I mean the likes of 1993's "Doom". You will spend most of the game running and shooting goons which follow very simplistic tactics (mostly they will run straight at you, shooting).