Summary: Its cool, obviously the I'm famous tonics, salves, and random cool events to spawn stuff belonging to the tears... Cool concept, but honestly the game is intensely hard at times, and the constant respawn and heal options by your Lil girlfriend, just ruin it... Okay . Done. Awesome story.... Empty beginning, you are just some poor gambler? And your debt is this girl... Well payment. Yup.... So hectic....
Summary: I received this as a gift and was eager to play it, since I am familiar with BioShock 2... which I thought was decent to play and had some unique twists to gameplay that I hadn't seen before at the time. I missed the original Bioshock which I heard was better and I was happy to find out that this game comes with the original that I can play and see what I was missing the first time around.
Summary: I didn't care for the first BioShock (I hate running around looking for stuff) so I never played the second one. When I read the review for this one, and it received so many 4 and 5 star reviews, game of the year recommendations, etc., I figured I would get it and play it. And yet again, here we are running from one place to another trying to find stuff.
Summary: I'm a big fan of Bioshock 1 and 2. Infinite takes familiar elements and puts more emphasis on story this time around rather than exploration. The story is very fast paced and rushes you from this part to that part, so even if you can take the time to snoop around, you'll have mixed feelings about wanting to. This you can see as a good or a bad thing depending on what kind of gamer you are.
Summary: I didn't liked Bioshock 1 and 2 just because I don't like spooky things coming out of no-where and scare the hell out of me. I don't say those games are bad, I'm just saying they aren't my type of games. Bioshock Infinite is almost (or completely) different from the too past versions. It's in the sky with more colors and less scary things in the way.
Summary: One thing I really liked about the other bioshocks was how dark and dreary the concept was to have an underwater world. By virtue of this taking place in the clouds, it looses that appeal. It is still a great game (although even on the hardest setting, the enemies barely reach a 'hard' level of difficulty) but the worlds are immense and the story line flows well. If you like the other two games, you'll like this one as well, just in a different way.