While Irrational Games may have closed its doors, the world of BioShock is still quite alive with the release of the second and final part of BioShock Infinite's Burial at Sea DLC. Taking players back to the underwater depths of Rapture that captured the hearts of many in original BioShock, our review includes both episodes and is filled with spoilers, so be warned.
Equipped with plasmids and full bottles of EVE, Kosta "Toadovsky" Andreadis has braved the depths of Rapture to see just what these two new DLC's have to offer for fans of the BioShock world.
With severe cuts made to Irrational Games, the studio behind the Bioshock franchise (which has been reported as an internal decision), Burial At Sea serves as a sort of swan song for the series in addition to being a brilliant addendum to Bioshock Infinite. The weaker aspects of that game, which were limited to repetitive and dragged out combat sequences, are virtually absent here thanks to the relatively short nature of Episode One and the stealth-based approach of Episode Two.
Read on for more at the full review for BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode One and Two