Bioshock Infinite... a game that I and many others have waited 3 years for. Like many, i had my share of skepticism but once it released and i was able to play it, all doubt left my mind. Now, prepare for some concepts from one of my new favorite games.Decals coming for them at some point.
About this creation
Infinite follows the story of Booker DeWitt. Swarmed with debt, Booker accepts a deal to return to normalcy. "Bring us the girl and wipe away the debt" he is told. Having no other choice, Booker ventures to the mysterious floating city of Columbia.
Booker may seem like your typical hero type, but one thing this game perfected was its dialogue. The exchanges between him and others in the world feel undeniable natural not only with conversations but also with combat. There is truly a sense of danger during engagements even when fighting normal enemies.
Elizabeth, by far one of the best-made NPCs in gaming now, is another interesting character. She maintains the essence of feeling natural and fresh but also upholds usefulness especially in combat. She actively seeks cover and supplies for Booker whether it's salts, ammo, or health.
Booker wielding a crank gun from a fallen Patriot (one of the enemies i was unable to make at this time- check back soon).
A member from the Fraternal Order of the Raven. one of the early on boss characters, the raven lord (i like to call it that) holds one the vigors you receive in the game- murder of crows.
For reasons unknown to me, the raven lord carries what seems to be a coffin on his back. Either way, i thought it was interesting.
Booker wielding probably his most iconic weapon, the sky-hook. Intended to be used on the game's numerous sky-lines for transportation, Booker uses it as a means of gruesome melee attacks.
One of my biggest accomplishments of this entire creation, I give you... the handyman. The hand design is from countless others but mainly a Ninjago mech.
The handyman is yet another peculiar creation in Infinite. This is what one gets when man meets machine back in 1912. Alot of human similarities can be seen on a handyman, almost to the point of sickening. While they may not have had the initial shock of the big daddy from the first game, the handyman is a formidable foe.
Booker attempting to take on a handyman. Although, on Hard mode, a smart player needs more than a crank gun to take down one of these dudes.
A little recreation of your first steps into the city of Columbia. Nothing special but i wanted some land development, know what im saying.
So...yeah... there ya go.
Overall, Infinite was a phenomenal game. If you havent tried it, DO SO! Also stay tuned because i plan on making these for realsies since they are so awesome. I'll see if i can make a little vignette too. Stay tuned and hope you enjoyed this sneak peak. Dont forget to comment and like as well.