Submitted by MasonicGamer 847d ago | review

Bioshock Infinite – Clash in the Clouds (MasonicGamer)

MasonicGamer.com: Bioshock Infinite – Clash in the Clouds is the first gameplay related DLC for the third instalment in the Bioshock franchise.

The first map is called The O.P.S Zeal and it takes place on a floating barge, between two larger structures all inter-connected by skylines. It’s a fairly small map, but the skylines give it a sense of space as well as a quick way of moving around. I easily dealt with the first wave of soldiers, and was given a few seconds to loot any bodies lying around, another way of increasing your haul. Between rounds you’re dropped into the ‘Armoury’ which is a room with most of the weapons available in the game, vending machines to improve your vigors and weapons and a dispenser which gives you either a piece of gear (I’m not sure if it’s randomly generated or not) or an infusion but these are only given each time you complete a round for the first time. (BioShock Infinite: Clash in the Clouds, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8.5/10

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