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See the world through Elizabeth's eyes in BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea – Episode Two. Set immediately after the conclusion of Burial at Sea – Episode One, this final episode puts you in the role of Elizabeth as she journeys through Rapture in an effort to rescue the little sister she abandoned. Developed by Irrational Games, the studio behind the original BioShock and BioShock Infinite, this continuation of the Burial at Sea saga features parts of Rapture you've never seen before, incudes modified stealth-oriented gameplay that brings you new weapons and plasmids, and involves nearly every major character from the original BioShock and BioShock Infinite.
An exciting and emotionally charged, cinematic conclusion to a fantastic Bioshock series!
Where the main game was already a blast of superlatives, the 2nd DLC with story extension tops this once again. You play Elisabeth and find yourself in... Rapture playing one of the countless alternative livelihoods. There are also bad guys like Ryan, Suchong and Atlas. The underwater city creates a very special atmosphere that you can't put into words. By the time Big Daddy and the Little Sisters show up, it'll be one of them. The game as Elisabeth plays a little different than it used to be. Most likely it can still be compared to Dishonored. You should act undetected to avoid enemies, or quietly knock them out with a lot of damage. If you are caught, you have less penetration and it is better to withdraw from many remaining opponents until they give up the search and their status of red returns to yellow or white. While the first DLC was a little short, I think this one feels twice as long and is absolutely great value for money. Especially the start of the game and the long end of the game know how to inspire. The story and the great underwater world carry the game, not a blunt blast against ever-growing bosses in waves of destruction. Just perfect! Br>
Since I already gave 90% to the main game, I have to give this DLC an extraordinary 95%! There's never been a game that would've taken me so far. I save the 100% if Witcher 3 still surprises me positively. :-))
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