posted by Myers85 (MOUNT EPHRAIM, NJ) Apr 14, 2013
Member since Dec 2010
Well for the most part, this video game serves as a great demonstration of artistic quality and sturdy build in regards to what a game should be. However, the story could have been better.
It seemed like the cinematic events that unfolded were expanded at a slow rate from beginning to the near end. When it was time to revel in the final moments of the game's ending, most of us were left scratching our heads in confusion, then later forced to look up spoilers to understand the events better.
Bioshock 1 was a great example of how a story should be. Simple, understandable, shocking, exhilarating, and embedded into our minds and geeking out about it for years to come. Bioshock Infinite missed its mark story wise.
Other than that, it's a definite rental or purchase.
This is the best game I've played on and Xbox 360/PS3. The story is crazy in depth and you actually begin to make an emotional attachment to the characters. VERY FEW games do that anymore, which is why I'm not the huge gamer I used to be. All the companies of late tend to make a game where there is action, nice graphics, and a horrible storyline that was most likely written by a few monkeys in a cage. This game has action, an amazing story, awesome gameplay, fantastic soundtrack, and much more. The people rating it low are often saying they enjoyed it until the end, but didn't understand the ending. You have to have a brain and actually THINK ( I know that's probably asking too much) to be able to understand such a wonderful masterpiece. It's sad that the game market has been taken over by kids who only play Call of Duty. That leads to developers who only make games of that genre. Which in my opinion, are absolute garbage.