Average User Score: 8.5Apr 27, 2013As a fan of the Bioshock series I was seriously looking forward to this game. I can safely say it lived up to it's name in most aspects,As a fan of the Bioshock series I was seriously looking forward to this game. I can safely say it lived up to it's name in most aspects, though a number of elements did disappoint. It is beautiful visually, the combat is fast paced whilst being fun and not too messy and the new speaking protagonist isn't woefully irritating as many are. However, two major parts of the previous Bioshock games fell down unnecessarily in this third instalment. The first and most disappointing in my eyes is the almost total removal of choice that the older games had. It may have been unnoticed if they hadn't put two from what I can see as being irrelevant "choices" in the game, giving the impression that you would be able to make some choices. The other is that the characters, particularly the major enemies you face are almost unnoticeable, whereas in the previous games your foes were a major part of the story.
Other than that the game is very enjoyable and has a very exciting and thought-provoking storyline.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.3Apr 27, 2013A great game with lots of depth. Combat is smooth and intuitive as well as being challenging at the same time (don't expect to just buttonA great game with lots of depth. Combat is smooth and intuitive as well as being challenging at the same time (don't expect to just button mash your way through every combat without dying). The crafting system is intuitive and easily understandable. Dialogue, whilst being a little unnatural in some places in the English version due to it being a French game it's enjoyable and understandable, giving a clear description of the game world. There are minor bugs such as the rare enemy AI getting trapped and momentarily having your character stuck on a step but over all for £15 on steam it's a great game, being better than many games double it's price.… Expand