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April 1st, 2013, 13:54
Originally Posted by DArtagnan View Post
Not so in Infinite, where the experience as a whole actually improves steadily as you progress and - certainly for me - peaks at the very end of the game. That almost never happens, and it's a big reason why I'd rate it so highly
Very, very well stated. I would say that the Ayn Rand-ishness of Bioshock provided a strength, but due to the source material also a weakness and lack of depth.

But as you say in Infinite you have characters so well done and fully realized that it carries you through everything. I was also fearing that 'Bloodlines moment' when the growing battle would envelop and overtake the plot … but fortunately it didn't happen.

Highly recommended. Best Bioshock game.

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