Reviews for BioShock Infinite (MAC)
Favorite Bioshock So Faradboyum | Sept. 8, 2014 | See all adboyum's reviews »
I've played all of the Bioshock's, and so far Infinite is my favourite! It has an amazing balance of beauty and darkness. There are moments when you're playing that your jaw drops in aw of the cinematic view, the sunsets, the textures, and the architecture. Then there are moments that feel more like the first two Bioshock's, where the darkness and creepiness has its own kind of beauty. I'm a very visual guy, and this game had it all.
The story is also amazing! It keeps you engaged the entire time, never letting up. Twists and turns that have you yelling at your tv/pc. Amazing game!
A few story breaking flaws, but overall worth the play through.ThreshNautBlitz | July 2, 2014 | See all ThreshNautBlitz's reviews »
While Bioshock Infinite may have fantastic visuals and entertaining gameplay, there are a few story breaking logic flaws near the ending. However, with all paradoxes aside, Bioshock Infinite is a fantastic game full of breathtaking environments, classic FPS gameplay, and a hell of a story to complete the Bioshock franchise.
Graphics 9/10 Incredible views throughout the game along with an environment that felt real.
Story 8/10 While Bioshock Infinite did an extraordinary job at portraying religion and racism in "early America", it failed to come through in the end due to some extreme hiccups. So while 95% of the story was over the top, the ending really puts a dent in the game's integrity.
Gameplay 8/10 Bioshock Infinite's gameplay is some of the best in the series. Unfortunately, I found myself sticking to the same two weapons the entire game because while there are gun upgrade shops, vigor upgrade shops, and ammunition shops, there are no weapon shops themselves. The gameplay was still a blast, however it would have been nice to have had the option to switch back to a weapon after trying a new one out. Vigors are to Columbia as plasmids are to Rapture. Vigors added a unique twist to the FPS side of the gameplay and many allowed for a variety of playstyles. For instance, the Bucking Bronco vigor could be for all out gunzerker mode while the Possession vigor was more geared towards strategic players. Finally, the gear in Bioshock Infinite was really under powered. Sure there were some neat little bonuses to the gameplay but overall it was minuscule.
The Story is Amazingalanmaz567 | June 6, 2014 | See all alanmaz567's reviews »
This game has a really unique story to it. The graphics look outstanding. The combat system in the game is fun and smooth. the story is around 4-8 hours long (depending on the difficulty you're playing on). I would recommend playing the DLC's after you finish the game. There are allot of easter eggs in the game which are fun to find. The game has a pretty big world full of collectibles to find. Has an amazing ending. Games with such an open story and amazing gameplay like this one are rare to find. Buy this game to see for yourself how great the game is.
BioShock in the airjuxtaposed_j | June 5, 2014 | See all juxtaposed_j's reviews »
I played all the Bioshocks thus far, the original being my favourite and rating quite highly up on my favourite list of games (especially this generation)
Playing this one however, I felt it to be rather overrated, the plot got rather convoluted and not as satisfying as the original.
Columbia looks amazing, ethereal and dreamy, however the underwater setting of Rapture was more immersive, interesting and fun to explore.
Not to mention there were no enemies as iconic or frantic as the Big Daddies.