Bioshock Infinite is the third game in the Bioshock franchise, and it took players from a city below the sea to a floating metropolis in the clouds. Players stepped into the shoes of Booker, a man who makes a deal to wipe away his debts. In order to appease his debtors, Booker must travel to Columbia, a city resting in the skies, to find and collect a young girl named Elizabeth. Soon after, Booker learns that his involvement might have been more destined than he thought.
Like the original Bioshock, Bioshock Infinite gave players wickedly fun gameplay that fused together gunplay and the use of unique special powers. It also told an exceptionally complex narrative, with enough twists and turns to make you throw up from the spins. The levels were varied, the characters were memorable, and it was tons of fun to play. Just like the first Bioshock, Bioshock Infinite is still one of the best examples of how to tell a story in the FPS genre.