BioShock Infinite: Columbia's Finest
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Requires Bioshock Infinite (base game) to use this DLC
This pack combines the contents of the Industrial Revolution Pack and the Upgrade Pack, originally part of the Premium and Ultimate Songbird Editions of BioShock Infinite. Start your game with 500 Silver Eagles (in-game currency), 5 Lock Picks to help you navigate through Columbia, and six unique Gear items. The Gear items in this pack, Handyman Nemesis, Sugar Rush, Fleet Feet, Bull Rush, Extra! Extra!, and Betrayer provide damage bonuses, movement speed bonuses or loot bonuses. In addition, this download grants access to two weapon upgrades: Comstock’s China Broom Shotgun and Comstock’s Eagle Eye Sniper Rifle.
Meets Every ExpectationDimber | July 27, 2013 | See all Dimber's reviews »
It's exactly what it looks like. Perfect. Wonderful. If you get it, you'll know what you're getting. That's it, yanno?
PerfectDimbark | July 21, 2013 | See all Dimbark's reviews »
I don't get why everybody is giving this a less than 100. It is exactly what it says it is. You get the full product; everything it offers is not a lie. Seriously, it's all it needs to be--it is all that it says. Read the description of this, you know what it is. What, do you think it's lying or something? Because it isn't. Get it if you want it and you'll be 100% satisfied. It meets every expectation.
Really not required unless you need help with 1999 modeScorpy | July 6, 2013 | See all Scorpy's reviews »
My first playthrough of the game was on Hard, and I still had an abundance of resources. The additional guns is very welcome (since the base game had little to no variety in weapon choice), but it's hard to justify the $5 price tag for this one. If you really need help with 1999 mode, you could maybe give this a try, but chances are if you need help this badly then the extra firepower won't help very much, especially in late game.
Make the early part of the game easieronewinged90 | July 5, 2013 | See all onewinged90's reviews »
I pre-ordered the game before it was released and received all the benefits this DLC could offer. The extra cash and lockpick helped a bunch, the unique gear could assist you with tough fights. Is it worth paying the extra buck to have the edge early in the game, well it's all up to you. Get it on sale instead.
Big on presentation but lacking in memorable storyJonot86 | July 4, 2013 | See all Jonot86's reviews »
I like the Bioshock, not love unless you are talking about the first one.
They put a big budget on marketing and advertising which made the release a big deal. I do wish they put more money and emphasis on the combat as it feels intense but it felt overall a basic shooter with two weapons in each hand. The magic was great but it felt like it just adds to the fighting and you can't overall dominate your opponents with it.
The storyline had the potential to be great but without a good/bad ending it like the others, it felt like it was missing something and made you think way too much. I do like games with a complicated storyline but this one felt like they had it all mapped out but to make it a bit interesting they would take chunks of it and make you find "recordings" to fill in the gaps.
The game is fairly decent but don't expect to finish the game with the same point as the first one with a lasting and memorable experience.