Where’s Game Front’s BioShock Infinite Review?

You might have seen reviews for BioShock: Infinite popping up on the Internet today, and said to yourself, “How come Game Front, a trusted site I visit more than once a day, hasn’t got a review live yet?”

The answer, simply, is that in order to properly review the PC version of the game, we’ve been forced to wait until today for Steam codes to unlock. Fortunately, we’re now underway with BioShock Infinite — I’ll be taking the review, having previewed the game a number of times in the past — and we should have the review done in a matter of days.

It’s frustrating that our review is coming late, especially since one site got an exclusive deal to post its review days ahead of everyone else, but Game Front is committed not to getting its reviews first, but to getting them right. So with that in mind, we’re going to take all the time we damn well need to play BioShock Infinite and deliver to you the kind of informed opinion you’ve come to expect. In the meantime, you can read our review score guidelines so you’ll better understand what we mean when we assign a score on our 100-point scale.

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6 Comments on Where’s Game Front’s BioShock Infinite Review?


On March 25, 2013 at 2:33 pm

I’m beginning to think you guys at Gamefront enjoy making us wait for your game reviews.


On March 25, 2013 at 5:50 pm

what confuses me though –
how come you have all sorts of walkthroughs, easter egg guides, and other stuff ready sometimes even before the game is released, but not the review? one would think a walkthrough would take longer than a review?


On March 26, 2013 at 12:09 am

I’ll wait for the review. Don’t trust sites giving it a Perfect score. I need a worthy score in which someone played the whole game in all platforms and provided whats left after you finished the game and if it was worth playing.

Last 2 games felt the same just with the flip from male to female and the endings were disappointing. The second game should have been DLC instead of a full game just playing from a different characters perspective.

This one feels like there’s going to be alot of talking taking place and less gameplay evolution.


On March 26, 2013 at 12:23 am

I’m with Goose; I pretty much expect you to not have one yet, I’m not sure why you keep telling me.


On March 26, 2013 at 1:44 am

@ monotoy – If they dont have a review up prior to release that means they didnt get an advanced copy from the company.


On March 26, 2013 at 11:54 pm

The sheer number of copy-and-paste 9/10 reviews is very disturbing. I’ll make a prediction right now: its not even close to a 9/10. In fact, I’m betting more like 6/10. A lot of early PC reports say its buggy as all hell and feels like a rail-shooter. I suspect the amount of swag and exclusives involved with Infinite will make the payola they doled out for Dishonored seem like nothing.