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BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode One Review | GodisaGeek

GodisaGeek: "The main gripe that people are going to have with Episode One of Burial at Sea is the paltry length of the story. Many will be able to reach the end in less than two hours, and almost 30 minutes of that has no combat whatsoever. The story is stunning, as we’ve come to expect, but it doesn’t quite scale the heights of the main game’s campaign. It’s nice to see Rapture again, but I hope that if there’s any more DLC after Burial at Sea is completed with Episode 2, the developers see fit to return to Columbia, or even give us something completely new.

Still, despite the short length of the DLC, and the pretty hefty price tag, you’re getting an amazing single-player experience with characters we’ve come to adore, and there’s no doubt that the ending of Episode One will leave you frothing at the mouth for the second outing." (BioShock Infinite - Burial At Sea, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 7/10

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