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.