Summary: Enh. That's the best way I can summarize my feelings for this game. I thought the alternate history and plot is pretty interesting and scary; the graphics are lovely; the depth of the world is mesmerizing.
It was a lot of fun, graphics are decent but the setting felt so ...
Steven Ram, Amazon
9 December 2014
Summary: It was a lot of fun, graphics are decent but the setting felt so different from previous bioshocks it was hard for me to love the game. I was sad to see the big sisters disappear too. Fun game all in all, happy I didn't buy it full price from gamestop.
Summary: I saw these amazing reviews for this game everywhere and I really wanted to play it. First of all, I am not a teenage gamer who spends hours every week on games. I usually pick couple of old hit titles after the prices drop to around $10.
Summary: Yeah, there's some storyline elements that can really make one think. The twist towards the end can be very enjoyable. Graphics are polished and stylish. Unfortunately, the rest of the game is garbage.
Summary: Upon early impressions of watching gameplay demos, I was skeptical about the new direction of the series with the sky city setting along with all the over the top action that was being demonstrated. I thought to myself, out with the old and face the new.
Summary: I know gaming companies struggle to try and reinvent themselves so that they can produce games that have a new feeling, vibe, and way of expressing their story, that being said Bioshock Infinite tries too hard too be different while still being similar.
Good game, but ruined by poor controls, sub par mechanics, and an idiotic save system.
C. Johnson, Amazon
5 July 2013
Summary: I have loved both the previous titles in the BioShock series and really found the underwater city of Rapture to be both a captivating and nerve wracking experience. When BioShock Infinite was announced I was admittedly worried if 2K would be able to capture the creepiness in Columbia as they were...
Summary: I'm afraid I'm no longer a big fan of 2K Games, or of this (Bioshock Infinite), their latest version of a truly legendary game. Yes, its got much of the same gorgeous graphics, but it lacks the dark and deeply haunting (blood and guts) allure of Bioshock I and/or Bioshock II, and worst of all, as...