Monday, April 7, 2014
Bioshock: Infinite - Burial at Sea Episode 2 Xbox 360 Review
Unfortunately Irrational Games is officially done now that Burial at Sea, Part 2 has been released. I have even seen some of the members of the development team selling off precious mementos to pay for their transition. So, did Irrational go out with a bang or with a whimper? The answer to that is complicated. Much like Burial at Sea, Part 1, the DLC is short, it is definitely longer than Part 1, but not by much. Part 2 thrusts you into the shoes of what was your companion for the main game and first DLC, Elizabeth. Elizabeth brings something to the gameplay that hadn't been explored before, stealth. Unlike her male counter-part Booker Dewitt, Elizabeth is not tailored for combat, she has to use her wits, and the world around her to make it through the destroyed Rapture.