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BioShock Infinite (PS3)

BioShock Infinite (PS3)
alaScore 92

14 reviews

Oct, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 14 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the action. The design is also appreciated. Some have doubts about the usability.

story, design, action

usability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the BioShock Infinite (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 92/100 = Excellent quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 14 reviews)

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BioShock Infinite

 

There are games every generation that make you wonder about the shear depths of the human imagination and put you in awe of the creative talents of the developers and what can be accomplished through technology. So far we have experienced this in...

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BioShock Infinite Review

 

Somewhere, over the clouds…

Elizabeth and her story; Catching supplies and opening tears in combat; Fidelity, animations, design style; Popping skulls with electricity; Melting faces with fire; Speed and fluidity of combat; Using skylines to move around the arena;...

Left wanting more of those mechanics in combat; No NG+ modes; Collecting and looting systems feel like needless holdovers from previous Bioshock games

Infinite improves on its predecessor in gameplay by leaps and bounds. Elizabeth is not the revolutionary AI partner you might have hoped for, but the animation work, art design, world, and narrative create a genuine connection between the player and...

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Bioshock Infinite Review

 

Heading into the release of Bioshock Infinite, I had my reservations. The game had been delayed a few times, there were plenty of documented internal shake-ups at developer Irrational Games, and the current industry trend of speeding up and dumbing...

The Ugly: “This game is so ridiculously mind-blowing, the word ‘ugly’ ceases to exist.”

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BioShock Infinite Review

 

Four years of development time, a rumoured budget as high as $200 million, several delays to the release of the game, and a worrying silence for many mo [...]

BioShock Infinite" is one of those games that will stay with me for a very long time; it’s destined to fuel the flames of the ‘are games art?’ arguments. It’s a really interesting one… the story, whilst hard-hitting and at some times difficult (because...

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BioShock Infinite Review

 

BioShock Infinite is the sort of game we dream of reviewing. It’s the Ocarina of Time of this generation (only infinitely better), and will be talked about and analysed for years to come. But only if you take Booker to his end; only if you see his...

Seamless introduction and interaction with an established game-world.; Unbelievable characterisation, especially for the shooter space.; Combat is arguably the best in the single-player field; Elizabeth is one of the greatest AI characters to ever...

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BioShock Infinite review – the best of all possible worlds

 

Can a first person shooter tackle issues like racism and religion, while entertaining rather than offending? BioShock Infinite proves it can.

Rock solid shooter action with a number of unique ideas. Excellent storytelling that handles serious subjects with elegant care. Superb art design and characterisation

Some subjects are handled better than others by the plot. The default difficultly mode is too easy, and discourages experimentation. Unremarkable facial animation

Daringly ambitious in terms of both subject matter and structure, BioShock Infinite is the most successful mix of storytelling and action this generation of gaming has ever seen.

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