Average User Score: 5.7Aug 19, 2014This game is good. Really good. It's not your standard MMO. The game plays like an elder scrolls game. You go around doing a lot of quests inThis game is good. Really good. It's not your standard MMO. The game plays like an elder scrolls game. You go around doing a lot of quests in a beautiful world. The way quests work are great. They aren't your normal quests with maybe a second part to it. Each quest is it's own story. It can be anything from a village being attacked by a swarm of daedra, to a noble being controlled by a daedra and sending out his soldiers to kill a peaceful group of people. You also have a lot more freedom with classes. You can make your classes use any weapon you want. I've seen people play a Nightblade (ESO version of a rogue) using a 2-handed sword and a healing staff. They were pretty good. The PVP is the best PVP I've played in an MMO. The PVP here is pretty much Planetside level. You've got a 3 way war and you're suppose to try to push enemies out of forts while taking them yourself. There have been some pretty cool battles. Grinding isn't a great option if you want to level fast. The fastest way to level is by doing quests while killing everything that moves. I got the game from a key retailer so I was able to get my copy for cheap, but even at full retail the game is worth the price. It's a great game that will keep you playing. It's pretty much Skyrim with multiplayer. The best part is that everyone is on one giant mega server. You also have the option to join 5 different guilds. There's just so much that you can do in this game it's just amazing. It's worth a play and with each faction having it's own storyline along with it's own different quests you have a lot of replay value here.… Expand
Average User Score: 8.5Apr 5, 2013This game is a must get. I thought it was going to be terrible. I thought that since it wasn't in Rapture it wasn't Bioshock and yet the gameThis game is a must get. I thought it was going to be terrible. I thought that since it wasn't in Rapture it wasn't Bioshock and yet the game is just amazing. I will admit the graphics aren't the best but really graphics don't matter as much as gameplay does. The controls are tight. No choppy controls at all. It's a linear shooter like the other two Bioshock games, but what sets this game different from the other two is that it promotes exploration. You can get different vigors faster if you explore, or you can get a lot more money or health packs or a weapon that won't show up until a different part of the game happens. Most of the game you have Elizabeth with you. Now unlike most games Infinite just straight up tells you that she can take care of herself. You can tell that she can't take damage which is great but that doesn't mean she just sites out in the open. She hides behind you and makes it look like she is trying to hide. I find her to be the best follower in any game. She has an amazing story and she is helpful in combat even though she doesn't fight herself. She finds many different things (Those things she finds are things that you can't grab so the money she found is money that you wouldn't be able to get without her) like money inbetween combat, ammo for when you're low, salts which are like the injectors in the other two games and health packs. You can go into combat in multiple ways. You can have Elizabeth open a tear to have a auto turret open fire on your enemies and as their distracted you jump onto a skyline rail and hop down and surprise them.
All in all this game is a must get for any Bioshock lover.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.0Mar 13, 2013Others like me thought Battlefield 3 was amazing. The hug maps, huge lobbies. I thought nothing could get bigger. Then I saw Planetside 2. IOthers like me thought Battlefield 3 was amazing. The hug maps, huge lobbies. I thought nothing could get bigger. Then I saw Planetside 2. I never thought that SOE would make another Planetside. I was so excited for it, but the sad part was when I signed up for the beta I found out my PC could not run it so I was handing beta keys left and right. Then after the game fully launched was I able to get a new PC and the first game I downloaded was Planetside 2. Man oh man is it fun. It holds true to what PS1 had. The massive map (one base is about as large as a BF3 map and there are 3 continents a snow one, jungle one and a desert one), massive battles (you've got about 60 people attacking a smaller base while you can get 100s of people assaulting the main bases and another 100 defending it) and the best part. The game never ends. There are no rounds. The game is an on going battle and does not and never will end. The few problems with the game is the lack of a tutorial. It gives you a quick 30 second intro video with your factions music and announcer and then you're dropping down in a drop pod in the middle of a battle so it's best you join a clan. There are tons of clans recruiting through the forums and most if not all use Teamspeak, vent, or mumble. The in-game VOIP could use some working on but other wise it's decent. Over all the game is amazing once you start playing.… Expand