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  • Summary: Indebted to the wrong people, private investigator Booker DeWitt must take on an impossible task: travel to Columbia, a flying city above the clouds, and rescue a mysterious woman named Elizabeth. She has the power to tear at the fabric of reality—a power her captor thinks will fulfill hisIndebted to the wrong people, private investigator Booker DeWitt must take on an impossible task: travel to Columbia, a flying city above the clouds, and rescue a mysterious woman named Elizabeth. She has the power to tear at the fabric of reality—a power her captor thinks will fulfill his warped vision of the American dream. Soar above Columbia on gravity-defying Sky-Lines, use a variety of firearms and the superhuman abilities, and team up with Elizabeth in a desperate bid for salvation. Also includes: BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episodes 1 & 2 - Explore Rapture just before its calamitous downfall in this two-part campaign Clash in the Clouds - Prove your mastery of BioShock Infinite's combat across 4 brand-new environments and complete challenges to unlock bonus content. Expand
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  1. Dec 11, 2020
    100
    Even if it’s the first Bioshock that still stands out as a milestone in gaming, for me the real high of the series is Bioshock Infinite. Just about everything in the game is perfectly done, and despite the fact it came out seven years ago, it feels as fresh and interesting as it did then. Taken together with the other two games in the series, there’s a pretty good argument to be made that Bioshock: The Collection is one of the must-play games on the Switch (and whatever other system you have).
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  1. Sep 8, 2020
    10
    Awesome experience on the go system! Stunning visuals and great performance plus a best story of the games in decades!

    I did conclude
    Awesome experience on the go system! Stunning visuals and great performance plus a best story of the games in decades!

    I did conclude bioshock infinite in past, so I played at nintendo switch and is a newest great experience!
    Great game, well done Ken Levine!
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  2. Jun 17, 2021
    10
    Beautiful game! Just buy it. You so t regret it!!! I don’t get why this game has negative reviews….
  3. Mar 8, 2021
    9
    Bioshock Infinite was my first experience with the Bioshock franchise, so I came into this game super blind, I wasn't expecting much from thisBioshock Infinite was my first experience with the Bioshock franchise, so I came into this game super blind, I wasn't expecting much from this game in terms of story, I just wanted a doom-like fun first-person shooter, and I got way more than I expected. The reason I'm not giving this game a 10 is because enemy types are repeated and a lot of sections can feel like de ja vu again and again. The gameplay is good enough though that this doesn't get too tiring. The use of salts for things like the fire ball, and shock jocky is a great system as well that makes the game more and more fun. The first person perspective is also great for this game, because it allows Elizabeth to be the main focus of the game, which leads to the story being really creative and cool, I'm not going to spoil the ending, but it makes this game being first-person especially powerful, in general this is a great first person shooter with a crazy, but still really cool story, I highly recommend you try it, also it works really well on the switch, I didn't experience any technical difficulties, and the game looks amazing on the console. Expand
  4. Nov 14, 2020
    9
    BioShock Infinite was an unexpected experience to me. At the beginning I had some trouble with adapting to controls, since it differs from theBioShock Infinite was an unexpected experience to me. At the beginning I had some trouble with adapting to controls, since it differs from the controls in previous two games. With time, I got used to it and the game exceeded my expectations. Spectacular FPS/adventure game with really nice and colorful graphics. It's a well known thing that colors in this one are more vibrant than in the previous BioShocks, but it still made me do "woow" gesture. The plot was really nice, it didn't go in the way I expected and that was nice, plus the ending truly shocked me. I had trouble to pass the last part in which player has to fight of waves of enemies, meanwhile protecting some machine/source of the power (I dislike this type of missions), but I completed it at my 4th try. I've also played both of the "Burial at the Sea" DLCs, it felt good to go back to the Rapture and experience another story over there. Part 2 was more stealthy but still with a great gameplay. The only dislike of mine within the BioShock Infinite was that the only save option was to search for an autosave place. There is no option to save the game whenever player would like (It was an option in the previous games). That was the only thing I disliked. Some may say that there is no gyro aiming is bad, but overall I think that gyro aiming is just a nice addition that make games easier while playing on controllers... I liked the challenge and I didn't miss gyroscope aiming options, but if you are the type of person who needs gyro aiming then WATCH OUT there is none! It's a gaming franchise I played for the first time on the switch and it found a free space in my heart and took it. I do recommend BioShock series wholeheartedly!! Expand