The first Bioshock is one of the most critically acclaimed video games of the last decade. Some gaming pundits and gamers will even go so far as to claim that it’s one of the few titles out there that actually manages to have an emotional impact on the player and tell a compelling story.
Yet, I hated it. I’m not entirely sure why, but the game’s story, dreary underwater setting and its overall mechanics, just didn’t resonate with me in any way.
During the short period of time I got to spend with Bioshock Infinite at a recent Xbox preview event in Toronto, I surprisingly walked away impressed with what Irrational Games has put together for the true sequel to Bioshock (lets just forget about Bioshock 2).
Initially, I noticed that the game’s world and environments are amazing looking and extremely detailed. The opening segment of Infinite also features a…
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