Bioshock Infinite is a game I would only recommend to those who have played the first Bioshock. It is necessary to become intimately familiar with the overarching similarities and themes in the original to truly appreciate this entry. A man dropped into a city of which he has no knowledge to bring down the ruling tyrant is only a taste of the connections between the two titles. Infinite is an experience that will stick with you. The game is new and inventive from both a story and gameplay perspective. It is respectful of its roots and will bring lovers of the first Bioshock back into its unique form of storytelling. Infinite is a social satire that examines redemption, religion, and patriotism in a world that can take any presupposition of good and truth and warp it into a corrupted beast. The ending of Infinite will leave your jaw agape and your head thoroughly scratched but if you love a story that is complete with a fitting ending, Infinite is the game for you. The team at Irrational Games has built a title that will earn its place among the best games this reviewer has ever played. If you are not a fan yet, pick up a copy of the first Bioshock title and join those of us who has already experienced the masterpiece.