AusGamers was one of the first sites in the world to get hands-on with Irrational Games' BioShock Infinite and writes:
"In many ways, Irrational’s BioShock Infinite is the team’s “What If?” scenario for the first game. What if Rapture were a bustling, functioning underwater city? What if its denizens weren’t out-of-their-mind Splicers? And what if the player wasn’t an empty, mind-controlled vessel?
It’s not like BioShock actually needed any of that though, our foray into the fractured world of Andrew Ryan’s aquatic dystopia was, in my opinion, one of the most memorable experiences ever crafted in gaming, and to top that with a new adventure under the same banner is both bold and compelling in attempt alone, and while Infinite borrows much from its submerged older brother, it also expands upon and, mixes up, much of what made BioShock so good in the first place..."