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A serviceable add-on that misses the point of the main game
Bioshock Infinite's first expansion makes me genuinely sad. Considered in isolation (or without having completed the main game) it's totally inoffensive - the usual Challenge Mode-style action game add-on, in which you battle 15 waves of nasties on four maps, gathering cash that can be spent on either new abilities and upgrades or unlockable concept art, character models and the like. Pleasingly, the latter appear as in-game artefacts - you'll view them by touring the Columbian Archeological Society, which lends this expansion the air of a celebration, an exploration of both Bioshock Infinite's development and Columbia's cavernous backstory.... read more