Razor-sharp shooting - the best in the series.
Columbia is an amazing place to be and explore.
Well fleshed-out characters that forge meaningful relationships.
Combat doesn't wear out its welcome with a lot of filler.
Mind-blowing ending that you won't soon forget.
Feels a bit padded in the middle.
Occasional quirks and contrivances disrupt the immersion.
Lacks some of the magic of the original BioShock.
By TechSpot on March 25, 2013
But BioShock Infinite asks us to consider that very question and gives an answer that mixes hope with bitterness, wonder with despair and allegory with history. The game doesn't offer any advice about how to make everyone get along better but it makes a powerful argument for owning-- and owning up to--all of our collective past.-
By GameSpot on October 09, 2013
My love of the original BioShock is unwavering. Irrational's previous foray into a dystopian society explored the ways in which the foundation of civilization crumbles when everyone has only their own desires in mind. The powerful themes resonated...40
By Maximum PC on September 20, 2013
How do you critique a dream? It's the problem we face in reviewing Irrational Games's BioShock Infinite , a game that straddles the gap between an adventure title and a first-person shooter.The visuals within BioShock Infinite can be...90
By PCWorld India on September 12, 2013
"You just complicate the narrative," sneers one character to Bioshock Infinite protagonist Booker DeWitt. And what a narrative it is. If you strip away the first person shooter elements, the swashbuckling combat set in a city amongst the clouds, and...-
By MacLife on August 28, 2013
While it's got its share of nagging problems, Bioshock Infinite still stands as one of the best games of this year, on Mac or any other platform.90
By PC Authority on May 01, 2013
There is a true richness to BioShock: Infinite that is difficult to put into words. If you were watching someone else playing it, and they weren't a history buff, you might be tempted to push them out of the way, telling them you ‘get the game...100
By eTeknix on April 21, 2013
One of this year's biggest game releases is finally out in the wild, and while the game has been with us a few weeks now, it gives me great pleasure to be able to finally sit down and enjoy it, but with so much hype and anticipation prior to the...-
By Strategy Informer on April 09, 2013
I hate it when I’m supposed to be reviewing a game and it makes me cry at the end (both that it’s over and just, well, generally). I completely forget any issues I had while playing and it makes me want to slap the highest award I can give...100
By HotHardware on April 09, 2013
The most frustrating part of this review is there's so much I can't tell you. Still video doesn't capture how much fun the game is. It certainly doesn't show you the scope of the story, the ties to Rapture, or why Elizabeth tells Booker...-
By Blogcritics on April 08, 2013
There was much gushing praise written before, and on the day of, the Bioshock Infinite release. The praise went as far as to call it an instant classic and one of the best games ever. I beg to differ. While the game is good, it is certainly not as...80