BioShock Infinite (Xbox 360) achievements
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(1,695)

BioShock Infinite (Xbox 360)

4.5 from 10527 votes

There are 80 BioShock Infinite (Xbox 360) achievements (50 without DLC) worth 3,517 (1,695)

164,665 tracked gamers have this game, 8,325 have completed it (5.06%)

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Clash in the Clouds

3.0 from 185 votes

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12,988 tracked gamers have this dlc pack, 2,890 have completed it (22.25%)

There are 10 achievements worth 509 (195)

Reviews

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Alaffy
287,476 (176,751)
Alaffy
Posted on 10 December 13 at 02:57
This dlc review has 15 positive votes and 0 negative votes. Please log in to vote.
Clash in the Clouds is the first DLC for Bioshock Infinite. Unlike the other two DLCs, which have a story-line, this one is just straight horde mode. There isn't much to say about the game play itself. You start in the Columbia Archaeological Society. You pick one of four areas to play in. You shoot people for fifteen rounds. Between the rounds, you’re sent back to a room to get more supplies. Each round also has an optional Blue Ribbon Challenge. You don’t loose if you fail the challenge, but there is an achievement tied into getting all the blue ribbons.

If the only content was the horde mode, I would have suggested giving this a pass. However, in the Columbia Archaeological Society, there are items you are able to unlock with the money you win in the DLC. These items range from character models to artwork to some of the songs that were reworked for the game. There are also some secrets that will appear as you unlock some of the items and get further along in the horde modes.

So how would I rate this DLC? Out of five stars, about two and a half. I wouldn't suggest getting this on its own, unless you really like horde modes. However, if you are going to buy both episodes of Burial at Sea, you might as well get the season pass. It’s cheaper then buying the two episodes separately and the extras in the archaeological society can be interesting.
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Warrior Dingo
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Warrior Dingo
Posted on 16 November 13 at 20:42, Edited on 18 November 13 at 22:22
This dlc review has 5 positive votes and 7 negative votes. Please log in to vote.
Lots of extra play time for those who finished the game but still want something to work towards. The extra content gallery alongside new achievements make it worthwhile, despite it being a rehash of most wave based mini games you see nowadays.

The extra content gallery is decent, and the achievements have some variety to them aside from just completing the DLC.

It's nice to have some sort of trial based mini game, kinda wish it was just included in the game but you can only ask for so much from one game.



EDIT: Accidentally put my Burial at Sea Pt 1 review here.
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