Bioshock Infinite Provides Ten Minutes of Gameplay

  • By MyAlterEgo on

    September 21, 2010


  • I have always tried to get into the Bioshock series, but the story has never been of much interest, and the gameplay is too repetitive -- yes, this is just my personal opinion (get over it fanboys). I do, however, understand the appeal to the game, and will give it credit for having a very good atmosphere.

    That out of the way, Bioshock Infinite is the third game in this highly anticipated franchise. The only difference with this game? We are no longer located in the underwater city of "Rapture." Instead, we are placed into the shoes of:
    a former Pinkerton agent, Booker DeWitt, as he attempts to rescue a woman trapped aboard the collapsing air-city Columbia in 1912. (Wikipedia)
    With the new ten-minute demo, you see similar gameplay as before, but the new location and story is a bit inviting. The only problem is, it can be hard to decipher actual gameplay and an in-game cutscene. This is only a minor issue, however, because the game's intended release is not for some time; and it is still in its early stages of development.

    The boss at the end, looks like it is going to be a bitch to handle. Shit gets real, very quickly.