Pros: Jawdropping graphics, authentic feeling environments, great voice acting.
Cons: Ending feels a little dissappointing. Texture pop in and Depth of Field can sometimes be distracting.
There have been some really great games released so far this year which, after many promising previews, leaves a great amount of expectation on Bioshock Infinite to deliver the goods. Irrational Games have done away with the murky depths of Rapture and have instead opted for a more bright and beautiful locale, the sky city of Columbia. You are Booker Dewitt and you are tasked with finding a girl, (Elizabeth) and bringing her back to clear your debts. Right from start the presentation of Bioshock Infinite instantly smacks you in the face and delivers the fictional authenticity of 1912 Columbia, from the main menus to the musical score. No...(read more)