GKick.net takes a look at the third installment of the Bioshock series as the series takes a unique turn into the skyward city of Columbia.
What is the point of giving a standard review a week+ after everyone else? Either give us something unique, or don't bother. The game...isn't that great. You could have differentiated yourself by saying that. Instead, you gave us the same cliche shit as everyone else.
Or maybe they genuinely thought it was a really good game and decided to share that opinion, instead of simply going against the grain for the sake of going against the grain.
Ah heck, I wasn't going to comment, but I will. Okay, let's begin at the top: Bioshock Infinite came out on Tuesday the 26th. This review was completed on the 29th. I'm not sure where 3 days = one week plus, but whatever. Second reason is that not every site out there got an advance review copy of the game, so some of us had to wait 'til release to do our coverage. But oh well, it happens. Some folks out there still haven't played the game and I still like to share my input. Now, secondly... What "unique" do you want? It seems that the only thing you want is a reviewer to agree with you. Well, I don't. I enjoyed this game, immensely, and consider it perhaps one of the most immersive and enjoyable games I've ever played. If you didn't like it, I respect that, but I did. As did many, many others. I refuse to be contrary just to be contrary, or as the other commenter below me, Pozzle, said - go against the grain. What purpose does it serve, other than to be a cheap way to generate hits? I liked Bioshock Infinite, a lot, and my review reflected that. Soooo... there you go. I'm sorry you didn't like it, but that's the beauty of gaming is I'm sure there are many other games you do like for one reason or another better than Bioshock Infinite.
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