Average User Score: 7.8Nov 13, 2013I loved this DLC. It was fricking beautiful and nostalgic, and almost perfect. My main concern is its price tag: $15. If you plan on getting this DLC, buy the season pass. It is $5 more and gets you all three pieces of DLC. It is $20 for $35 of content. Another thing that may bother some people is that it is a short DLC. Some people could do no exploration and finish it in one hour and hate it. Others, like me, could spend 4.5 hours on it, love it, and leave you wanting more. It isn't the bad kind of wanting more though like "Man I wish this was more than 4 hours. It was short," it is "Holy sh*t I can't wait for Episode 2!" I for one was not disappointed at all with the length, probably because Bioshock is by far my favorite series and I had 4 playthroughs of Infinite.
Big fans of Bioshock will not be disappointed; if you aren't a big fan or like to speed through things like this, you will hate it. If you want to buy this, buy the season pass instead, it will save you $10-$15. Enjoy… Expand
Average User Score: 6.0Jul 31, 2013First off, I will say that Irrational has done a good job creating these challenge maps and you can tell that they spent time and effort on them. They are a fun little addition to the game, and $5 is the right price for the DLC. However, I am a bit disappointed that not every DLC released for Bioshock Infinite will be a story DLC. Irrational writes the best storylines for games out of any developer whose games I have played, so it is a sort of puzzling why they wouldn't make all 3 DLC packs story DLC. In my opinion Clash in the Clouds is a waste of one of the three DLCs included in the Season Pass, and we already know what the other two will be, and they'll be two episodes of one storyline. I was hoping we would get atleast two completely new and innovative storylines amongst the three DLCs, and while CitC is good and fun, and I'm really looking forward to Burial at Sea, I wish they could've made this DLC a story one instead of just a filler is the way I see it. I do like how you can use the money you earn in the game to unlock concept art and other things in the gallery, but if you don't enjoy running around a small map facing waves of enemies and earning money to upgrade weapons and vigors, then this probably isn't a buy for you.… Expand
Average User Score: 8.2Sep 18, 2012Borderlands 2 is definitely a step up from the original. Without a doubt it is my personal favorite game I have played in my entire lifetime. While there is not a ton new features, and there definitely is many of them, it has at least triple of everything good that was in Borderlands. And do not read any of those negative reviews. Those are by Call of Duty fans that do not know what a real video game is.… Expand