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From the creators of the highest-rated first-person shooter of all time, BioShock , BioShock Infinite puts players in the shoes of U.S. Cavalry veteran turned hired gun, Booker DeWitt. Indebted to the wrong people and with his life on the line, DeWitt has only one opportunity to wipe his slate clean. He must rescue Elizabeth, a mysterious girl imprisoned since childhood and locked up in the flying city of Columbia. Forced to trust one another, Booker and Elizabeth form a powerful bond during their daring escape. Together, they learn to harness an expanding arsenal of weapons and abilities, as they fight on zeppelins in the clouds, along high-speed Sky-Lines, and down in the streets of Columbia, all while surviving the threats of the air-city and uncovering its dark secret.
Above the clouds, freedom must be boundless. . .. '' I think! D
BioShock Infinite is the third part of the BioShock series and in my opinion one of the best games there is.
Welcome to the flying... city of Columbia, 1912 Booker DeWitt has gambling debts and has to free the mysterious girl Elizabeth from her tower, where she lives isolated from the outside world like Rapunzel, in order to pay them off. ''Bring us the girl and wipe away the debt. ' You have to fight your way through the racist and patriotic world with different weapons and forces and thus get further and further behind the history of Booker, Elizabeth and the city itself. The
control is very simple and uncomplicated, so you can concentrate on the story and enjoy the incredibly beautiful city without any problems. The Graphic is phenomenal and the perfectly fitting Music doesn't let you go. In contrast to its predecessors, this is no longer so gloomy and melancholic, but adapted to the bright city and thus has something very dangerous, which enhances the atmosphere a lot. The story itself is quite complicated, so you might even want to play the main game several times. I also recommend to play the game without long breaks, so as not to lose the thread. Of course, there are places where you have to kill waves of enemies, but this is perfectly balanced by very profound and philosophical conversations between Booker and Elizabeth.
The game is just a dream and I often had goose bumps or even tears in my eyes, be it because of the music or because of the story. And also, when I played it the second and third time, it was no less impressive or captivating. In terms of content, BioShock Infinite has little to do with its predecessors up to a certain point. It is therefore worth playing through BioShock 1 and 2 beforehand, as otherwise it would be difficult to understand the ending and one would involuntarily do without 'Flashbacks'. All in all, I give the game 10/10, because I simply have nothing to criticize at all. I will certainly play it through again at times from there, plays, played, will play.
And so, Gamer cookie over and out: D
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