So I finished Bioshock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 2.

I’m not going to give plot spoilers for BioShock Infinite Burial at Sea: Episode 2, but I will say this: this DLC is a full-on stealth game. After a certain point you can stop hiding and start being Batman, but don’t try to straight-up fight your way through. It is still very satisfying to play on a technical level, but you never quite feel safe.

As to the story… it made me sad. Sometimes the cruelest thing that you can do to your characters is to start the game. I can only take comfort in knowing that none of this was my bloody idea…

Moe Lane

PS: There was also a little bit of past-behavior revisionism that I didn’t approve of.  You’ll figure it out when you see it… but at least they tried to treat it more seriously than Oh, we’re just going to retcon the whole thing.

I am now playing Bioshock Infinite’s Burial at Sea Episode 2.

How is BioShock Infinite Burial at Sea: Episode 2?

Well, let me put it this way: you know how some people were complaining that BioShock Infinite had gone away from the entire survival horror thing and was pretty much a (highly enjoyable) exercise in making Things Go Boom? – Yeah, those people are going to love this DLC.  I’m spending an inordinate amount of time hiding in ventilation shafts.

I’m having fun, to be sure.  But I am not entirely certain how I am getting out of this game alive, or even if that is an option.