When nothing really matters
You're not just fluous, you're superfluous
You don't actually do anything, a human redundancy
In western RPGs, and Bioware games in particular, there is a heavy focus on fleshing out your own character, and not just the abilities. You choose what kind of person you are. I haven't advanced much in Bioshock Infinite since I started playing it about a week ago, and I think part of it is due to how little I can control my character.
|She's gone all tsun-tsun on me.|
I don't have a problem with shooters. I've poured countless money and time into the Halo series, and I'm still waiting for Episode 3 (come on, Valve). I guess I just didn't know what I was getting myself into when I started Bioshock Infinite. There's something very special about it, but for some reason I'm just having a hard time appreciating it. Every confrontation plays out about the same way.
|The setting is its biggest redeeming quality.|
I'm not finished with this game. I will still give it a few more chances, but so far I'm just not very impressed.