Whether you were using the gun holsters or the knife on your hands, controlling the game with the Wii Remote made shooting and sneaking around feel fresh

Forget the halfway point. That’s because BioShock Infinite is the last half of the game, and that’s not a bad thing. It’s actually quite a compliment. You see, the first half of the game is quite a lot of fun. We get to travel around the world and play as a man trying to fight off the crazed roaming horrors that the city has to offer. We get to experience some of the most memorable moments of horror that’s actually quite strong in its imagery. For instance, while freeing up a psychiatrist from a mental institution, we get to see some of the psychological horror that takes place as he sedates a patient. We also get to see how a man tries to survive the horrors of the city. But that’s not all. The second half of the game takes you through the story of a woman trying to get back to her family. She gets caught up in a web of lies and made to believe that her family is actually on the run from the imperial regime that ruled the city. And the final half of the game is just a recap of the events that transpired in the previous half. You’ll be able to see the end of the game for yourself when it releases on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC on October 9th, and you’ll be able to play as the surviving members of the family you’ve been forced to leave behind. When we reviewed BioShock Infinite, we found that the game made excellent use of the Wii Remote’s unique capabilities. Whether you were using the gun holsters or the knife on your hands, controlling the game with the Wii Remote made shooting and sneaking around feel fresh. We also thought the game was a little overstuffed, but the feeling of freedom and choice in the game was amazing. The controls are a bit more complex than some of the other Wii shooters on the market. You do have the traditional cover and fire options, but you also have the Nunchuk’s handling and trigger buttons. You have also access to the standard Nunchuk and Wii Balance control options, which make things a bit more complicated to control. It’s a shame to see the Nunchuk removed, as it would have been a huge step forward for the game and made some players angry. The battle sections are the most fun and satisfying, and they’re the most fun you’ll have in the entire game. You get to see some of the characters in action, including a little girl with a big gun. You also get to try out some of their abilities, which are all pretty damn cool. The gun holsters you’ll find in the game are actually quite effective against some of the more standard enemies you’ll come across. They’re a bit more expensive than the standard gun, but they’re worth the extra durability. The knife you’ll find in the game is terrific.