BioShock Infinite Review and Cheats
Minimum Specifications for BioShock Infinite
OS: Windows Vista SP-2
Processor: Intel C2D 2.4/AMD Athlon X2 2.7GHZ
Video card: DirectX10 Compatible ATI Radeon 3870/NVIDIA 8800 GT
Recommended Specifications for BioShock Infinite
OS: Windows 7
Video Card: DirectX 11 compatible (1024 mb, ATI Radeon 6950 or GTX 560)
Overview of the Game
BioShock Infinite – the third installment in the BioShock series which (released on March 26th, 2013) is pretty much the anticipated first-person shooting video game. The graphics are flawless, the audio is perfect and the in-game world is all beautiful and something you’d really want to explore.
You play as Booker DeWitt (former Pinkerton agent) whose mission is to save Elizabeth in a city (Columbia) which is full of American exceptionalism and all the related problems. Elizabeth herself is someone who is the center of attention because of her mysterious abilities and being the daughter of the society’s founding prophet.
Story and speciality of BioShock Infinite
Basically Booker starts from a lighthouse, knowing that he’s been hired and has to save a girl but he doesn’t know who. After getting into the city of Columbia, where the red, white and blue Colombian flags are flying all around. The buildings are beautiful as Columbia back then was The White City, not only because of the buildings but the racial structure as well and that doesn’t suit Booker who has a mysterious brand on his hand – a mark of the false shepherd which the culture doesn’t appreciate and that leaves Booker only one choice; run. Now if we talk a little about the game-play then I must mention that as it’s a FPS game – BioShock Infinite is interesting for the people who like to blow the heads off and no there is no exaggeration here. It is clearly counted among the most violent games to be released. Booker is one hell of a combat fighter who will be getting compliments (you can say) as “are you some kind of a monster?” and that from our very own Elizabeth who’d be a companion in the game. Traps, tropes and signs to progress further are some examples you’ll come to. Another very interesting aspect of the game is the way it tells the story to us and how the relationship of Elizabeth and Booker grows. Some of your confusions are cleared with the help of different audio messages, which are called voxo phones and usually tell you about the past events. The weapons include the common machine guns, pistols, shotguns and the famous vigor (magical powers) which can weaken your enemies by a fling. You have numerous choices to take down your enemies as well – kill them with a cartridge off your shotgun or by diverting their attention (kill a crow and attract them to it etc.)
In short, I will recommend you to take a copy of BioShock Infinite. It will be up to your expectations and is a lot of fun to play. Just let it tell you what it is and go with the flow, you’ll end up loving it!