Excerpt: "“When is the big twist coming?” is a question I kept asking myself while playing BioShock Infinite. After playing 2007′s BioShock, you undoubtedly have to go into BioShock Infinite with the expectation that there will be a revelatory twist at any moment. Whether that actually comes or not, isn’t what makes Infinite special. It is a surprisingly bloody, yet bold, and incredibly lavish and fully realized world that is aching to have you explore everything to its fullest extent. Even if you question eating that hotdog from the garbage.
BioShock Infinite is exemplary in the telling of its narrative, character development, the beautiful yet unbelievable city that has been built out of Comstock’s dreams. It does exactly what BioShock did for games, is what Infinite does again. That’s igniting conversations regarding the ending, the hidden meanings, and is a great book-end for this current generation of games. It is certainly not perfect, but is not something you will easily f... 5/5