Reflections on Rapture: eight questions Bioshock Infinite's Burial At Sea needs to answer

OXM UK: "Sea and sky are set to collide in the upcoming Bioshock Infinite two-part story DLC, Burial at Sea. Booker and Elizabeth are apparently alive and well in Rapture on New Year's Eve, 1958 - but how did they get there, and just what do they think they're doing playing with our expectations like this? Here are eight questions that need an answer."

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Blacklash931879d ago

I don't really agree when he said it was ending-heavy. It was certainly better than the original Bioshock, in which one twist made the entire plot and then the story needlessly dragged on for another few hours.

The only plot-related thing the ending really explained was relationship between Booker, Elizabeth, and Comstock and even then you could see it coming if you paid attention to the audio diaries. Columbia, the Founders and Vox, Elizabeth's powers, the Luteces, and Songbird were all answered well before the ending.

The ending was crazy, sure, but it actually really only revealed two revelations compared to several others revealed beforehand. You can argue it ended abruptly after those revelations, however, and I'd probably agree.