70°
Submitted by finite 876d ago | review

Bioshock Infinite Review (Invision Game Community)

In the very beginning, Infinite intentionally relates and distances itself to the original, with morally ambiguous hero Booker DeWitt arriving at a lighthouse in the middle of the sea. He’s here to find a girl, and he’s got all the embittered irreverence and world-weary posturing you might imagine for someone who, at first glance, is straight out of the Bro-Dude handbook. (BioShock: Infinite, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 5/5

toxic-inferno  +   876d ago
With every review I see, I become more and more excited about playing Bioshock Infinite! It's sitting right beside me at this very moment, but I refuse to start it until I've finished Mass Effect 2!
finite  +   876d ago
Then you have mass effect 3 and all the DLC content :)... if you have Bioshock and love the game make sure you pick up the season pass ... for all new content coming soon.

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
40°

Mortal Kombat X Bundle has the core Steam game and 7 DLC for $19.99

41m ago - SteamFirst: Mortal Kombat X Bundle from Bundlestars has the core game and 7 DLC on Steam for $19.99! | PC
40°

Until Dawn Review - IMGMR

43m ago - As gaming visuals become more and more realistic, a new trend began taking a spotlight on the Pla... | PS4
Ad

The Xbox One Games You Need to Play in August

Now - A new month has rolled up which means new releases are on the horizon. Microsoft has a fairly good line-up on the way for August, so let’s take a l... | Promoted post
30°

Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure and the power of atmosphere

43m ago - Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure, a 16-bit update of the Atari 2600 breakthrough platformer, will nev... | Culture
40°

5 Online Games I'm Looking Forward to Seeing at PAX Prime 2015

1h ago - Steven is headed off to PAX Prime and has rounded up a short list of online games he's excited to... | PC
40°

Video: Grandia II Anniversary Edition, the return of a JRPG classic

1h ago - Michibiku's Graham Russell and Jenni Lada go through the Grandia II Anniversary Edition. | PC