I think I am about 50% through now, referenced a walkthrough and according to it I am on level 20 of 40, and I am not sure if I will ever see the ending. So it seems like things may in fact be picking up, but holy hell, I am having a real hard time finding the motivation to carry on, and this has not happened in quite some time TBH.
Just feels laborious as I said earlier. Do some exploring, enter area where vast amounts of enemies come at you and figure out the best way to take them out. I think I even got to a pretty big point where things seem to change.
Also the game actually had pop up to remind me to use my vigors. I just feel like it is then to easy if I use them. The bucking bronco seems to be the only one I really need. Wait for a larger group of enemies to come at me, put all those ******* in the air, take them out with relative ease.
You're not the only one, it's a real grind, where as Bioshock was a fascinating exploration, the characters in Bioshock are a million times more interesting, hell Sandra Cohen on his own is more interesting than all of Bioshock infinities characters put together.
Really disappointed with this game, if it didn't carry the Bioshock name it would have been a good game, good bit of fighting etc.. However Bioshock stands for a lot more, more story and more clever ties and twists through the game. Like the plasmids in Bioshock, i understood why they were there and they fitted into the story arc well. The tonics or whatever they are called just don't fit into the universe, they feel bolted on and just don't work well in the game, really like the game itself it feels mechanical.
Ive seen the ending as my brother played through it,
I am hearing of people it taking 23 hours doing all the side quests? Which I also do?
I think I have played about 8 hours so far, 4 nights of about 2 hours each, spread out over release. So yeah, not so easy to get in a groove on any game playing like that unfortunately, although that is what it is. I am closer to 40 years old then 30 with a decent amount of **** to do including work so I can go days, weeks, without even playing something. Kind of sucks videos games are my favorite hobby, again that is what it is though and has been that way for a very, very long time.
Nope, I had read that before even playing it, so I moved it up to hard as well.
Seems that we are having the same experience, ive found it a really long game, usually i can blast through these pretty quickly, i don't know if it's because the story is weak and it feels like a grind that im noticing the hours, but it's a long game.