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BioShock Infinite

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Indebted to the wrong people, with his life on the line, veteran of the U.S. Cavalry and now hired gun, Booker DeWitt has only one opportunity to wipe his slate clean. He must rescue Elizabeth, a mysterious girl imprisoned since childhood and locked up in the flying city of Columbia. Forced to trust one another, Booker and Elizabeth form a powerful bond during their daring escape. Together, they learn to harness an expanding arsenal of weapons and abilities, as they fight on zeppelins in the clouds, along high-speed Sky-Lines, and down in the streets of Columbia, all while surviving the threats of the air-city and uncovering its dark secret.Key Features
  • The City in the Sky – Leave the depths of Rapture to soar among the clouds of Columbia. A technological marvel, the flying city is a beautiful and vibrant world that holds a very dark secret.

  • Unlikely Mission – Set in 1912, hired gun Booker DeWitt must rescue a mysterious girl from the sky-city of Columbia or never leave it alive.

  • Whip, Zip, and Kill – Turn the city’s Sky-Lines into weaponized roller coasters as you zip through the flying city and dish out fatal hands-on punishment.

  • Tear Through Time – Open Tears in time and space to shape the battlefield and turn the tide in combat by pulling weapons, turrets, and other resources out of thin air.

  • Vigorous Powers – Throw explosive fireballs, shoot lightning, and release murders of crows as devastatingly powerful Vigors surge through your body to be unleashed against all that oppose you.

  • Custom Combat Experience – With deadly weapons in one hand, powerful Vigors in the other, and the ability to open Tears in time and space, fight your own way through the floating city of Columbia to rescue Elizabeth and reach freedom.

  • 1999 Mode – Upon finishing BioShock Infinite, the player can unlock a game mode called “1999 Mode” that gives experienced players a taste of the kind of design and balance that hardcore gamers enjoyed back in the 20th century.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

To avoid the awful 2K launcher and play directly:
D:\SteamLibrary\steamapps\common\BioShock Infinite\Binaries\Win32

Review from Steam

didn't understand the story

Review from Steam

-Booker, are you afraid of God?
-No, but I'm afraid of you.

Review from Steam

"Booker, catch!"

Review from Steam

Ken Levine and his team, who took us on an amazing journey under the ocean in the first Bioshock, invite us to an amazing adventure above the clouds this time. We manage a character named Booker Dewitt in the game. Booker is a man in debt and asks creditors: "Bring the girl, clear the debt." With that promise, we set off for Columbia, a utopian city built on the clouds. That's enough about the story. Play the rest and see for yourself.
Graphically, bioshock did an endlessly great job. Ok, it doesn't have very realistic graphics, but it has graphics that reflect the world it is in very well. From time to time, it is impossible not to admire the landscapes that come your way.
Bioshock Infinite is a game that can be considered long enough for its type in terms of gameplay time. If you go straight, it takes around 8-10 hours, if you walk around and search for hidden things, it takes 15-20 hours. The vending machines in the first bioshocks are also in infinite. These tools are one of our biggest helpers in the game. Thanks to Vending Machines, we can improve our vigor, fill our lives, get the salt necessary for vigor and the bullets necessary for our weapons. Speaking of weapons, there are many weapons in the game.
I recommend you to play the additional packs. It was very good that Bioshock 1 was connected to the 1st game by explaining the prequel.

Review from Steam

"There's always a lighthouse, always a man and always a city"
Bioshock Infinite is another work of art by 2K, which discusses themes such as racism, indoctrination, religion and concepts surrounding multiverse. It's a great FPS game with great soundtrack, detailed textures and an absolutely amazing world to explore as well as a very intriguing (and somewhat complicated) story at that. But let's not pretend it's perfect. Unlike Bioshock and Bioshock 2, which are two of my most favorite FPS games ever, Infinite just didn't click with me as much as they did. The first two games had a much darker story with a lot of amazing characters (Ryan, Lamb, Tenenbaum...), let's not forget about the Big Daddies and the Little Sisters concept which made "Bioshock" the game. However, Bioshock Infinite definitely has its moments, and its unique story really conveyed a shocking twist when you figure everything out; it blew my mind for the most part. There were a few plot holes for sure, which didn't affect the story that much in my opinion but I think the Burial At Sea DLC made it worse, so basically if you didn't understand the ending of the main game and played those two episodes in the hopes of getting your questions answered, you'll only be more confused, but the DLC is still worth playing just for the sake of going back to Rapture. I actually think that the developpers did a great job making the connection between Rapture and Columbia. Overall, Bioshock Infinite is a hell of an FPS game to play and that alone is enough to try it out. In other words, if you want to enjoy it as much as you can, be patient, read between the lines and just let it tell you its story. Highly recommended.

Review from Steam

Finished the game on the Steam Deck. Runs perfectly @60fps and game is worth the money. Still have the DLC to go through.

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