Top
30°
9.9

BioShock Infinite (PC) Review - Play This Game l Entertainment Fuse

Sure, talks could be about the graphics, or the sound, but the really important thing here is what everyone has come to love from BioShock is the atmosphere and story. Plenty of games have shooting, running, things that are seemingly magic, but so few have a story so profound and powerful that it draws you back again and again. Infinite achieves this and more. Much like BioShock 1 did, it flips the tables on you, though not nearly in the same way as 1. The atmosphere is in stark contrast to the world of Rapture, where we saw a city past the brink of collapse. It wasn’t as much a city anymore as a wasteland. However the same doesn’t go for Columbia in Infinite. Columbia isn’t dead, but rather dying. We don’t join in after the destruction of the city, we join in as it is happening. Philosophically, the ground is shaking beneath our feet, wherein Rapture it had already cracked and broken. This change in timing with the story not only makes it feel fresh compared to the first BioShock, but al...

Read Full Story >>
entertainmentfuse.com
The story is too old to be commented.