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So, Bioshock Infinte is done and I guess some people want to know my opinion about the end...

Well, spoilers below.

When I found the game deal with alternate realities and possibly time travel, I just threw away any pretense of caring. I knew some "unexpected" thing would happen and was just rolled with the punches.

The end is "sad" but I didn't dislike it. I guess it was all about expectations. I knew something like that may happen and got myself ready for the worse. My main complain is the whole thing is kinda confusing, has most stuff involving time travel is, but I think I "got" it.

Different from Mass Effect, I did not invest one billion hours into it, neither I was led to believe I could prevent a bad end by collecting all voxphones or something, so the sad ending didn't affect me negatively that much.

Bioshock Infinite for me was not about the end, but about the journey. Enjoying Columbia architeture and the social critics within. The game has its flaws but it was relatively short and easy, and the overall experience was positive.

I could force myself to dislike it if I tried to focus on the bad but I prefer it to stay an positive experience, there is enough frowny faces those days anyway, specially toward videogames.

People suggested me to play the DLC but.. no thanks. I just read about the plot in the internet and while interesting, it's not enough for me to step into Rapture ever again. The 2 minutes you spend on Rapture near the end was enough for me to remind me why I disliked the original, plus they added stealth elements to it. Thanks but... no, thanks.

Plus, I prefer to move to a new game.