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. The weapons were so boring that I used 2 for most of the game.
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. After seeing "10/10 Unforgettable" on the cover, I imagined a much different game. Let's be clear: Bioshock Infinite is about shooting and killing droves of people.
Summary: Bioshock Infinite is one of the most over rated games I have played mostly by people who have not experinced the rest of the games from the system shock and bioshock sereis. Bioshock 1 was set up in a way where you couldn't play the same way twice, infact it says so on the back of the box on pc.
Summary: I've never experienced a game in which one character managed to ruin my enjoyment completely, but "Bioshock Infnite" did just that. Elizabeth has been praised by gamers and critics alike as one of the best female characters in a videogame ever, but I simply couldn't stand her. The worst part is clearly her voice as she sounds like an annoying American teenager and not like a girl from 1912 (to be honest, that last thing can be said about Booker too who sounds like a...
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). You can only respond with the same simplistic tactics, which quickly becomes tedious. And, no, you cannot avoid combat.
Summary: If asked to define this generations finest moments in a single word I'd probably just say BioShock. Sure there are plenty of other things worth a mention but BioShock really was something special. I suppose the third installment was always going to be tricky, it would have been all too easy to recycle the same old set up, add a few more guns and enemies and call it BioShock 3, but you have to admire the bold step to throw familiar out the window.