If there's one thing that'll keep Bioshock fans at home in Bioshock Infinite, it's having psychotic people coming at you from all sides. The gorgeous floating city of Columbia is no different and sometimes you'll need help taking them down:
We're introduced to Booker DeWitt, who will team up and rescue a woman named Elizabeth. DeWitt is able to use the familiar lightning powers, summon a flock of bloodthirsty crows, and use telekinesis to steal a blunderbuss or calmly return a shell to the cannon where it was fired from (neat!). Also take note of the ranting man's medallion change into a hammer and sickle.
Bioshock Infinite is set to shake up the Bioshock formula in quite a few ways such as having a lot more space to fight in and more enemies to deal with at a time. The game is set to be released in 2012 for 360, PS3, and PC.