Bioshock Infinite is the most gripping game i have ever played. It is, for the most part, the best setting in gaming. It is better than Half Life because, for one, it's Flying America; come on, Flying America! They worship a guy named Comstock and believe that America is heaven. It's so pretty, it's next gen. And the game has characters, not audio logs -- people who smile with human emotion and have animations. And Elizabeth, she is helpful in combat, and when she reacts to the world around her, you just shout, GAME OF THE YEAR 2013! At least I did. Also gameplay: less backtracking, more exploring new things. Combat is better than any Bioshock ever. The guns feel like guns and have a bit more recoil, and vigors (the new plazmids) are more fun to use -- like bucking bronco, which launches your enemies into the air. I'm sorry about the quality of this review but this is my first review and thank you for reading it. I give this game a nine out ten.
As a recent fan of the Bioshock series I admittedly started playing this game for the fun of it and I have to say I was hooked after saving the first sister. I love the whole concept of a possible city build under the sea and people going crazy with the power of vigor's. The 2nd Bioshock I liked the endings but was kinda a let down to me but when I found out that Infinite was to take place in the sky I was pretty excited. The whole story threw out the game just keeps you into it. To where you actually care so much what happens to Elizabeth and Booker. The game play was a lot smoother then predecessors before and the whole game kept you in the story threw it all. Till you arrived at one of the most amazing mind binding endings I have seen in ages. They have so many new additions to the game from riding on the rails to get to one floating area to another to new vigor's. I also like that the vigor's did not make you godly and didn't make the game passable with just having a one kill all vigor. The vigor and weapon usage was equally important to making it threw the game.