BioShock Infinite review
Title: BioShock Infinite
Genre: Action, RPG, First-Person Shooter
About the Game
While the first two parts of the cult series Bioshock you discover the secrets and the underwater city of Rapture corners, in that the player finds himself on a fascinating tour of the airborne metropolis Columbia. It is a city floating in the sky, traveling from continent to continent and gives all to see the success of the American experiment. However, the city also served as a secret weapon factory. Political strife caused because that Columbia had to withdraw from the American union and the city then disappeared from the map and the general awareness!
The year is 1912 (48 years before the first part) and the player was in the role of detective Bookra DeWitt sent to Columbia to rescue mission. Its aim is to liberate and on solid ground to get Elizabeth, abilities gifted girl imprisoned for flying metropolis since childhood. Together, you will face the madness and greed of the people there, to know themselves and discover the most bizarre corners of Columbia itself.
Compared to the previous parts of the series, where the player moved in tight corridors, there will almost be able to move around the city. Through the so-called Sky-Lines (originally a means for moving cargo) will be using hook transported between various factions of the city. It will serve you well attack the enemy, or to their confusion. Elizabeth helps out when you fight your abilities, is able to blend the real world with an alternate reality. You may materialize as objects beyond our dimension that tactically serve to advance the game. There is also the ability to use plasmids your characters familiar from previous episodes. The game uses a modified Unreal Engine 3rd
System Requirements PC
OS: Windows Vista Service Pack 2 32-bit
Processor: Intel Core 2 DUO 2.4 GHz / AMD Athlon X2 2.7 GHz
Memory: 2 GB
Hard Drive: 20 GB free
Video Card: DirectX10 Compatible ATI Radeon HD 3870 / NVIDIA 8800 GT / Intel HD 3000 Integrated Graphics
Video Card Memory: 512 MB
Sound Card: DirectX Compatible