Worth Playing: "It is tough to determine where BioShock Infinite stands. As well as Elizabeth is implemented and as fun as Vigors are to use, the counterbalance is that the gun play feels unsatisfying and disjointed. Trading fire with enemies is still fun, but it feels nowhere near as polished as the other game mechanics. Infinite undeniably takes place in the world of BioShock, and it fits into the series. At the same time, the title borrows too heavily from its own pedigree, and it only seems to halfheartedly establish its own identity. The game is entertaining from start to finish, but it's also tragically marred by the unshakeable sense that it could have been so much more and simply got lost along the way."