In which we visit the paradise on earth, hear a song and follow the most impractical commute.
In which we see capitalism at its finest, change worlds and see dead people.
In which we visit the Hall of Heroes, shoot at Mr. Washington and get drafted into the resistance.
In which we visit a strange temple, meet Elisabeth and
go fall to the Beach In The Sky. Continue reading BioShock Infinite 2: A Flying Beach
In which we will discover (and plunder) Columbia, walk through a very disturbing valley and discover that we’re THE EVIL.
This and the following part wrap up everything up to the moment where I stand in the game right now, so this long-ish and probably incoherent. Further installments will be… no, I wont promise anything.
Instead of short-post-nitpicking on fb, I will instead write down all my complaints about and all the odds and ends I find, well, at odds with the game, in this series.
Yes, it WILL be a series. This part, and at least one more. Two make a series. Shut it.
Each post will start with a (very) short introduction. All things spoiling will be hidden behind the “read more”-button. This is the one and only warning. On a related note: please don’t spoil me. Thanks.
This might degenerate into a load of bitching-and-moaning. However, at least until now, standing in front of the Hall of Heroes, I actually enjoy this game. I will still complain about a good number of things until this point. We will see how it develops past it.
I’m playing the vanilla version, no DLC, latest steam-patch. Graphics are at preset “high”, the game’s recommendation – mostly stutter-free. First playthrough, so if in doubt I really don’t know better.
NOTE 1: Your mileage may vary about all things I’ll say. This is an exercise of deliberately grabbing a crowbar, sticking it in every crack and applying a good amount of force to it, so please refrain from comments like “just stop playing if you don’t like it” or “it’s just a videogame”. Both would be valid arguments, and both would miss the point.
NOTE 2: I’m not good at this. Better: I’m new to this. The style will not necessarily be enjoyable. I’ll work on this, or at least I will fail trying.
That’s it, let’s go for a ride.