The game may be possibly the game of the year but there are ten things that would make this game perfect.
This article is useless, it misses all the points it wants to make.
Id change one thing. The pacing of the exploration. I think the open world of Bioshock was more more rewarding to explore than infinite. They could of done s better job with the exploration. There was two vigor opened rooms and the rest was just lick picks. Would of wanted to see more originality and puzzle solving when doing the run abouts. Akso like to see more back tracking. Just something I liked more from the first Bioshock.
I hate backtracking in games
lick picking sounds nasty. Is that referring to the potatoes in the toilet?
lick picking is how you remove Elizabeth's chastity belt.
No game can ever be perfect. It can go up to 95%, as Bioshock Infinite and the original did for some, but the other 5% is a matter of opinion.
That would have made it better. But how much is enough. I mean is there ever really enough cowbell?
Unfortunately, no. There can never truly be 'enough' cowbell. We can only strive to acquire more of it. This is the truth of the universe.
The game would actually be worse if these 10 things were in it.
Agreed. This is why Ken Levine makes games, and the person who wrote this "writes" for home made website.
Yeah, no. A lot of points make sense. Make it less violent makes absolute sense. Why is a city full of these supposedly prestigious people so quick to rush at the main character like suicide bombers? They're not splicers, they're not crazy, yet they still do. Upping the NPC interaction would be great. Remember one of the earlier trailers where you had to deal with a crazy man shooting a cannon at you? You probably don't. Making the choices matter? Why advertise your choices mattering if they don't. That would definitely make the game better than what it is. Not limiting the weapons would be great. Another game where you get a conveniently placed super weapon before fighting a boss instead of conserving ammo, not to mention the vigors that have no place in this game other than making it "bioshock related".
Where did you get the idea that it's a city full of prestigious people? This isn't Rapture, where the best and brightest fled to Andrew Ryan like his name was John Galt. Columbia was a floating battleship masquerading as a city. http://bioshock.wikia.com/w... And the Vigors were explained that Fink saw one of the Rapture biologists using Plasmids through a tear. Yes, the tears give a convenient way to fill plot holes, but there it is. http://bioshock.wikia.com/w...
Most of these are actually quite good. I think they would help make the world more believable and make the action less monotonous.
I disagree with points 8 and 10, the rest however is what would have made the game even better.
"Make Our Choices Matter" Wow, somebody really missed the whole point of the game... Constants and variables anyone?
"missed the whole point of the game" So, some cheap twist at the end is supposed to be the whole point of a game? Choices like throwing something at a racial couple do not matter, yet they make it seem like they do.
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