Check out my review of the game here: Burial at Sea: Episode 2 (DLC) review
Bioshock Infinite is an amazing game that I enjoyed quite a bit, but there’s really no denying that it was massively overrated. One of the things I didn’t like about it was how little time it devoted to certain characters, most noticeably Songbird, and the more I thought about it, the more flimsy and unsatisfying the ending became. Burial at Sea: Episode 1 may not have delved into any of that, but Episode 2 makes a concerted effort to not only tie up Infinite’s loose ends, but bring the series around full circle and link all of the Bioshock games together. It doesn’t succeed perfectly, and the concepts it introduces are brain-bending and reek of “magical science” at times, but it’s nevertheless a much more satisfying ending to Infinite than the base game was, and that alone makes it worth the price of admission.