BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode Two Crack/Patch

BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode Two In this DLC pack, you become Elizabeth as she seeks to bring closure to her story, and to BioShock Infinite's. Like Episode 1, this DLC features Rapture as you've never seen it before and gameplay has been modified to give the player an original BioShock combat experience that merges the best parts of BioShock and BioShock Infinite.

Download BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode Two Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 82 / 100
User rating
Downloads 4928
Genre Shooter, Sci-Fi, Action, First-Person, Arcade
Company / Developer
2K Games / Irrational Games

BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode Two reviews ( 7 )

Dalek, Jun 24, 2014

A year ago, I played Bioshock Infinite and was overwhelmed by its ending, amazed by its graphics and its storyline, I loved everything about Infinite. One year later, I'm overwhelmed again by its storyline, the ending, the quantum mechanics, multi-universe stuff... Everything. Except, this time I'm crying. I'll be honest here, I have never cried over a video game ever in my life, and let me assure you it's not easy at all to make me cry. At the beginning of Episode Two (in Paris), I was shedding tears because of how beautiful and happy everything was. The music, the atmosphere, graphics, animation... The amount of detail everything had. Not only that, I realised that it was going to be the end of Bioshock as a whole as Irrational had closed down and I didn't want the story to end at all. So thats why it made me cry even more. But anyway, the gameplay is more stealth based on Episode 2 as you play as Elizabeth. I like how they've added stealth to this episode as well. It makes the episode a lot longer and challenging. You have to be creative and to think on how you're going to clear out your enemies, who you'll take out first, whether to wait or not etc. The lockpicking is good as well, I like that it requires patience. Just like the stealth. I like the crossbow weapon, its actually the main gun I used along with the Revolver. Surprisingly I didn't use any of the other weapons. I guess it's because I wanted to be stealth. Everything about Episode 2 is just terrific, from voice acting, to atmosphere to combat, everything. I don't know what else to say. The ending again was beyond amazing, I cried again at the last part where you see Booker leading you to the Ace in the hole and also shedded many tears at the ending. I have never enjoyed a video game storyline so much in my entire life that has given me so many feelings. Sadness, happiness, overwhelm (in a good way of course haha), confusion, and shock... Thank you thank you thank you to the brilliant voice actors and everyone who worked on the games and DLCs. Thank you thank you thank you again for everything, and to everyone. You will be missed Irrational. (Thank you Ken Levine!)

Galloway, Jun 2, 2014

Absolute masterpiece, one of the best DLC's ever made! If you loved the original Infinite you have to get this. For those who were disappointed with the gameplay of the original, because it was too much shoot 'em up, this one is a lot different. You have to think through rooms because you can't run in and start blasting. Ammo and money are limited, the weapons are much more gimp, some of the rooms are packed, and Liz doesn't take damage as well as Booker did. Also I absolutely loved the enemy characters, I would stand there for like 5 minutes just listening to them ramble off random catch phrases, I almost didn't want to kill them because they were so entertaining. Story is excellent and atmosphere surreal as usual. Can't wait for the next Bioshock installment. Great job.

timeknight, Mar 26, 2014

My goodness. Just when you think the game can't get any better, it does. If you enjoyed Bioshock 1, this DLC completely wraps everything up. It explains all of the things you think you didn't quite understand with Infinite, and lots of things from Bioshock 1. They even explain the Vita-chambers. Seriously though, this is the kind of DLC that's justifiable. Bioshock Infinite with the added DLC is nothing short of a masterpiece. It takes the cake as my favorite of the Bioshock games. Pros: The story The atmosphere The cinematic gameplay (the directing and perspective work on this is amazing) Completely new type of game play. (Combat isn't necessary, you have to find other solutions to situations besides just hack and slash) The characters Cons: It's the end of Bioshock. Overall, the DLC provides a good 6 hours of extra game time, if you take the time to explore most of the areas to do some side questing. I think I missed some voxophone recordings, still. Also, if you plan on playing through an even harder mode, they have 1999 mode and an extra 1998 mode. I don't give many (if any) games this kind of score, but to me, it's definitely a 10/10.

The_Moon, Mar 18, 2018

Soundtrack: 9/10 Graphics: 10/10 Story: 10/10 Gameplay: 8/10 The soundtrack was beautiful at times, reinforcing the setting of the DLC, Rapture. The graphics had a interesting balance between being realistic and cartoon-like. The story develops the characters even further, mainly Elizabeth. The DLC ends in a nice twist that wrapped the BioShock games into one clear story. The stealth focused gameplay was never too hard or too easy and was a refreshing break from the normal FPS style combat. Overall, I had absolutely no problems with this. I do want to mention that as of all of BioShock Infinite and its DLC the story does get quite confusing. I had no problem with this, because you can easily look up explanations or play it more than one time. If you don't want to have to do either of those things, this may not be the game for you. Overall: 9.5/10

prossnip42, May 9, 2014

way better then the first burial at the sea. this game is by me the best looking bio shock game to date. even better looking then infinite. of course graphics arent all. it all so has great controls, amazing stealth and somewhat great story. its a little pushed back by some glitches and it doesnt add very much consistency to tie up with the first game but other than that pretty damn good.

JuanLuisGG14, Sep 10, 2017

strange DLC story becomes extremely convoluted at this point, so much it is crazy gameplay is more like a stealth game Has decent duration and some excellent scenes, but leaves me with even more doubts Episode 1 had

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