Reviews by nanbun

92

Great DLC

nanbun | Nov. 14, 2013 | Review of BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 1

Placed in a nostalgic setting, Burial at Sea takes us to the place that started the BioShock franchise, but seen in a whole different light before its fall. In this DLC, you get to explore Rapture right before the Civil War, and see it completely different from the damaged and ruined Rapture in BioShock 1.

The gameplay is just like Infinite's, but you can now hold multiple weapons at once with a few new ones being introduced. As expected of Ken Levine, the story is outstanding and will keep you mind-boggled for quite a while. Ultimately, if you liked the BioShock series so far, this will not disappoint and should be played despite it being on the short side.

88

Short but worth it

nanbun | Nov. 9, 2013 | Review of Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons

This game is absolutely a must play for any gamer out there. Despite being only about 3 hours long, the story and atmosphere will draw you in for a truly wonderful experience. The graphics are stunning to look at and although there are no narratives, the game does an excellent job at presenting its story and invoking emotional feels about it.

93

A Mindblowing Experience that will stick with you

nanbun | Aug. 29, 2013 | Review of Bioshock Infinite

Bioshock Infinite gets a lot of things right and is without a doubt one of the best games I've ever played. The story is well written and without spoiling anything, just know that it will stay in your mind for a long time. The graphics are amazing, and you find yourself being immersed in Columbia, wanting to explore every single corner of this beautiful city. The voice actors also did a terrific job, and really lets the player feel the emotions of Booker and Elizabeth, and all the struggles that they go through. Infinite's soundtrack is also a masterpiece, and every score suit the moment very well. All in all, this game is a must play and comes as close to perfect as any game can.