The first two BioShock games have been held in incredibly high esteem. The creepy underwater dystopia of Rapture was home to one of the most powerful and engaging stories ever to grace the next generation console. With BioShock Infinite, 2K Games, Irrational Games and Human Head Studios decided to leave the deep lagoon of Rapture behind and focus on the pearly white sky city, Columbia. There was a real threat that this third instalment could step away from more than just the setting. The creepily dank and twisted city of Rapture was all part of a wider theme of the insanity of the masses that made the first two BioShocks such popular games. Stepping into this idyllic cloud city could well have removed all that players loved about the BioShock series in one fell swoop. There’s no room for insanity in paradise, you would assume. Well, BioShock Infinite seems to hit the nail perfectly on the head. This is a city built on the insanity of one man, with danger, shock, as well as twists and turns, all awaiting you around every corner.