Overall this is a good game. I gave it 3 stars because I didn't like the gameplay that much. It was very fatiguing for me. There is shooting, shooting, shooting the same enemies all over again, and it isn't that much fun. And for such a sophisticated story driven game, I didn't quite got why I was supposed to kill those people. The weapons aren't that interesting either and I used only one Vigor through all the game, the Murder of Crows. The story also didn't make that much sense also. I may risk some spoilers here but so BEWARE. There is a moment when Booker and Elizabeth have to get some guns to exchange for a flying ship. The gunsmith is dead so they go to an alternate reality where the gunsmith wasn't dead in order to get the guns. That doesn't make a bit of sense, if things are so different in that other reality, how could they possibly think that the deal for the exchange of guns for ship still be standing, things started to fall apart from there on, it's quite silly? They tried to explain in the ending, which is interesting but I wan't convinced. Anyways, I replayed the original Bioshock after I played this one and found the original to be superior in all aspects. Everything made sense in the original. I ended up trading my copy of Bioshock Infinite after I finished it. My take, buy it when it's affordable, it's good, but not quite great.