I'm surprised we don't have a topic discussing the game. To kick off, my incongruous thoughts: * While heavily hyped, Bioshock: Infinite actually DOES live up to it. * On higher difficulties, especially 1999, the game's a good, fun challenge. * The story is awesome. I don't say that often, but it's great. * The interplay between Booker, Elizabeth, and Comstock is brilliant. Unlike Bioshock, this is very much a character-centric story for which Columbia is a backdrop, which is good in my book. * Although I was skeptical, Ken Levine came through and his game is truly original and doesn't rip off System Shock 2. * Comstock House. Most horrifying experience I had in a looong time. * Elizabeth is, for me, the best written and coded companion/character this year. * It's brilliant. I feel that if you can only buy one game this year, this should be it.