2K Games BioShock Infinite (Xbox 360)

2K Games BioShock Infinite (Xbox 360)


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4.72 / 5 based on 104 Reviews

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Bioshock infinite is a first person shooter like you ve never seen. Just ask the judges from e3 2011, where the irrational games title won over 75 editorial awards, including the game critics awards best of show. Set in 1912, players assume the role of former pinkerton agent booker dewitt, sent to the flying city of columbia on a rescue mission. His target? Elizabeth, imprisoned since childhood. During their daring escape, booker and elizabeth form a powerful bond -- one which lets booker augment his own abilities with her world-altering control over the environment. Together, they fight from high-speed sky-lines, in the... see more...

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2K Games BioShock Infinite (Xbox 360)
2K Games BioShock Infinite (Xbox 360)
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  • "like the other two bioshock games i fell in love with the characters (poor songbird), the graphics are beautiful, although i did find the story line alittle short i still lost myself for hours in the game and am currently replaying to get all the achievements. " in 12 reviews
Brook B.
Frostburg, MD
157 reviews
I definitely like the first 2 better but saying that this one is still really good and enjoyable! This story line is really fun and enjoyable! I really like being in the clouds unlike the other ones you are in the water! I luckily got this game for very cheap at GameStop since it is an older game and I'm very glad I bought it! I don't find this one creepy like the first two though which did upset me alittle but overall I really liked it!
Alexia S.
43 reviews
While you don't have to play the games before it necessarily...the game comes full circle if you do. I've been a big fan of this trilogy since 2006! When this one was released, I was SO thrilled. Everything from the art, the graphics the characters, and even the rendition of 80s songs in the form of ragtime was just enjoyable. I wish I would have bought the collectors edition when I had the chance!
Tamara F.
147 reviews
Absolutely loved this game and it’s story line. It’s a first person shooter with a great story that keeps you guessing. Unfortunately, once you finish it, there’s not much to keep you playing it. I would recommend to those who want something similar to Mario but more for adults.
Nik A.
170 reviews
Gamer Expert Level 1
Meh. This game wasn't bad just didn't seem like it was apart of the 'Bioshock Franchise' ... It was slightly hard to understand as well. I would still recommend this game just would warn about those points
Diego D.
Cedar Creek, TX
6 reviews
Over all I love the story, specially how the game has lots of similarities to the two that came before it. This game is story based, so the down side is that you won't be able to explore much of the maps, the up side is that the story is amazing so you won't care about exploring the maps. If you are thinking about buying this you won't be disappointed, but once you finish it you won't have anything to do other than start a new campaign, since you can't explore; but that's just me, buy it!
Kayla M.
Minneapolis, MN
191 reviews
Ok so, maybe the mistake i made was playing this directly after finishing the first 2, but i really didn't enjoy this one as much as the other ones. i almost wish they would have released it under another name besides 'bioshock' because i don't feel like there are enough similarities for it to be in the same series. the gameplay was fun, the world is definitely cool, but i hate that the choices you make have absolutely no effect on the overall story of the game. the graphics were really cool, but in the end this game wasn't as fun or challenging as the first 2. 
Taylor O.
Uniontown, OH
41 reviews
This is the first game of the bioshock series which I played. I love the art, music and mechanics of this game so much. It got me hooked enough to purchase the first two games of the series plus the pops for two of the characters!
Nikki D.
Bloomington, IL
138 reviews
Many people have called Bioshock Infinite confusing and repetitive, wonderful and amazing. It is all of these things. Irrational Games has created a masterpiece that will leave people talking for a long time. Bioshock Infinite is for games what The Godfather is for movies. Not everyone will understand it, not everyone will like it, but everyone will remember it. The developers have made a beautiful, in-depth and fully-realized world in which there is strife, grief, pain and love, and with all the beautiful and technological marvels that this game has created, and the complicated story it tells, what people will remember the most is its human story. Gameplay-wise, Bioshock Infinite is more challenging than the original, you are limited on the weapons you can carry, the enemies, though seemingly fewer in number, are a more challenging aspect of the game. With the assistance of a dynamic environment, to counterbalance this difficulty, gameplay is both innovative and fun, but what keeps the player going, through what seems repetitive or frustrating, is the drive to know how its rich and complex story ends. Irrational Games has created something very unique, where players not only fall in love with the world but with the characters in it. With several first person shooters, the point of the game is to get from A to B while destroying as many enemies as possible. With Bioshock Infinite, the goal is to protect the person you're with. So few games have accomplished what Irrational Games set out to do. In this sense, they've created more than a game, Bioshock Infinite is an experience that one lives through.
Ramon A.
Toppenish, WA
21 reviews
All of this game, in my face, for now and forever please! Thank you! This is the sequel, and only sequel that matters, to the first BioShock game. It has less of the depressing atmosphere through dark environments and bleak villains, but more of a dark environment through a perfect cloud city that just feels eerie through the tone in which the bright colors are presented. Through a filter of pure unbridled racism. If you loved BioShock 1 then you'll love Infinite.
Tayla T.
Tullahoma, TN
482 reviews
Gamer Expert Level 1
This game is super creepy! It has such a great plot and lasts a while! It's almost too creepy for me to play but I love watching my husband play it. The controls were easy to grasp when I do play it though!
Hallie M.
Elizabethtown, PA
36 reviews
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