Stephen of Kotkau writes " It plays more like the old game than I'd expected. It looks nothing like the old one, as I'd hoped. Both of those are very good things. Be hopeful. They might nail this one yet."
Says hello to best game of the next year !
hmmm.. when you get back from the future can i borrow your time machine ?!
Maybe, Elizabeth ripped a tear into this time and he visited 1800s Columbia...
I'm sure it will be one of the best games ever made, but it's going up against The Last of Us, dude. Beyond: Two Souls, as well.
Really? You were disagreed? The other two were so amazing. Trolls on this site man..
There are other great games to look forward to next year like Watch Dogs, MGS Ground Zeroes, GTA 5, Gears Of War 4, God Of War Acension ,Next year looks crazy
There's a lot more games coming next year that are at bioshock's level.
I can't wait for Last of Us. Honestly.
It definitely going to be Best game of 2013, bummer it got delayed but at least it's going to be perfect.
Did you totally forget about Watch Dogs and GTA 5?
@Marcus_Fenix No, no that too. :)
The Last of Us is going to be amazing, but GTA5 is going to be game of the year.
Wtf is wrong with you people? This is an article about being excited for a game, and it automatically morphs into fanboy name-dropping? ALL those games look great. How ****ing ridiculous is it to argue about which game is better BEFORE any of them are released?
While I like the Bioshock games, I'm going to say this, straight forward: The Bioshock games were neither biggest nor best game of the years that they released.
I have not played any of the Bioshock games, but this game looks pretty good based on the trailers that I have seen. I really need to go back and buy the other two games now that they are so cheap.
I'd honestly say play the first Bioshock, that game is good; I couldn't even finish 2 because "I" felt it didn't have the charm as the first game.
Agree. The first Bioshock was one of the few games that had me starting over as soon as I finished the first play through. The second one though started to show more action/shooter than the first and I came to dread the inevitable Big Sister battle. Couldn't wait for Bioshock 2 to end. Not a chance that I would replay it. Unfortunately, at least for me, 3 looks like even more of an action shooter than 2 so I'll probably just pass on it.
@TacoTaru Bioshock 2 didn't feel like an action shooter at all, it was easier than 1 but it added interesting stuff, it wasn't bad at all just the MP. I don't see any action shooter stuff in any of them, infinite still looks fresh but it keeps looking like bioshock..
Both previous games are amazing, Actually 2 is more advanced than 1, being able to use both hands at the same time. I say play both back to back.
I don't know why many seem to like 1 better. I also liked 2 more.
If you have a PS3 then the 1st Bioshock game comes bundled with Infinite. I'd seriously recommend starting with the first if you have the fortitude. It is artistic, melancholic, and HIGHLY immersive. Like SoTC, I'd say its a landmark game for the push of artistic gaming. The second one just drags. There's really no reason to play it once Infinite is out.
What! Kotaku actually writing a article about a game its a miracle.
And I still refuse to click on the article, f- them.
I kinda wish you'd separate the new gameplay details from the spoilers.
Loved the first game, didn't feel the same about the second, although it was decent. Hoping this has whatever the second game was missing.
Pretty sure this game is gonna suck because of the box art...../s
bioshock is going to be amazing and i'm pretty sure we don't need this "reputable" website to reassure us at this point. I lost more respect for them when they were complaining about "the generic white protagonist".
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