The DLC’s second half could certainly tie up many of the loose ends and messy components that Burial at Sea Episode 1 creates, but as it stands, this story feels slightly out of place. It’s still an above-average few hours of content, but it doesn’t even flirt with the greatness that Infinite reached.
The Bioshock series has always been a game of experience. It’s an experience that will leave you with wonder and questions. This should not be considered a negative aspect, as it normally leaves people with a very satisfying experience. The same rings true for the latest installment, Bioshock Infinite.