iGG: When Irrational Games announced Bioshock Infinite in 2010, I knew it was going to be the best game of whatever year it released and I’m confident no game released this year will top it.
Bioshock Infinite takes a different approach from its predecessors. Instead of running wild in an underwater dystopia, you’re out on a rescue mission in a city in the clouds. Instead of playing as a muted character, you’re in the shoes of a man whose personality is allowed to shine through his words. While the changes to the series may put some fans off, it’s well worth it in the end.