Bioshock Infinite was a departure from previous games in the franchise. Taking to the clouds, the game was a five-year development odyssey that ditched the oceans and objectivism of an underwater kingdom for a more personal tale of love, loss and parallel dimensions.
With Irrational Games now closed, the Bioshock franchise has gone with it. But Burial At Sea gives the cult hit games the send-off that it deserves in a second act that plays to its strengths.
In a distant time and faraway place, the planet of Earth floats deep in space. Blue skies, one sun, land of precious bore, the gold rush brought the British in by the score! And then one day an Assassin appeared, with powers of wolf, eagle and bear! Protector of peace, mystic native from afar, Brotherhood member Connor!
I know I am not alone in the dark pit of Sonic despair hoping that one day Sega will be able to make a new Sonic game that doesnâ€™t entirely suck.
And now finally I see a glimmer of light, IGN has posted up their review of Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 1 and all in all itâ€™s a pretty decent review.