Ok so this game is def perfect for my second review, I hope you all enjoy reading as much as I did playing. So to call this game an exciting game, is def an understatement! For a title that some have called the most important game of the last five years, theirs a lot of tension riding on this one. This is the second game from Boston's irrational games, and this one starts almost exactly like the first one did. In infinite the year is 1912 and you play as Booker Dewitt, a man in serious debt. He is told he can repay the ones he owes by locating this girl, then he is sent to a fictional floating city of Columbia to find her. We learn very quickly the Columbia is the perfect little place it seems to be, that's for sure. Andrew Ryan had a perfect image of the underwater city of rapture, and the prophet know as Com stock in Columbia. Rapture went crazy with the knowledge of science, where as Columbia is obsessed with a racist and sexist superiority complex, worshipping the nations founders yet turning a cheek to equality and tolerance.
America moved into a world were all people are created equal, and Columbia floated away and decided to be segregated loll. I'm not sure right off if I have ever played a video game with such a serious, intense and unfolding narrative story. There are several different ways to play bios hock. You can race and shoot your way though the game in like 10 or 12 hours, orrrr you can take your time and enjoy every little beautiful thing about it. My advice is to play bioshock almost like a rpg I guess, try to open everything, talk to everyone, read anything that is readable, listen to everything everyone has to say, and leave no stone unturned my friends.
Very rarely does the story outshine the games gameplay, but the new bioshock in my opinion is def an exception. As a first person shooter though, this game would easily beat any other in completion. So there are a lot of similarity's between bioshock and infinite, theirs a lot different also. The legendary big daddy has been replaced with the handyman, a tragic half- man, half- machine monster of a broken science. Also when it comes to choice, it is non existing compared to the original bioshock. In infinite you don't have to worry about ammo like you used to, because its everywhere and easy to obtain, and there is no customization of weapons also, or upgrading weapons. Vending machines only carry about a dozen items, and you will be lucky if you can afford them.
There is no satisfactory when it comes to finding the ultimate awesome rare object, cause they don't exist. There is no hacking, and you might be surprised how you feel like your just mowing down, wave after wave of enemies. The graphics in this game, make Sony and the 360 graphics system look out of this world! Now, while playing this game, it seems like the more you discover, the more questions that get raised in Columbia. This is a awesome thing, because it makes you not want to put down your remote. :) Its def safe to say the end will have you and your friends talking for a longgg time. So to be honest, this game is a great example of why us gamers are proud to be gamers. This game should be played by every gamer, and the story line blows every other game out of the water right now. Us true gamers don't play games because we don't have a life, we play games because we love to live tons of different lives :) Enjoy everyone.