Unlike the previous Bioshock games, it is a polar opposite as the environment has moved from the Ocean to Skies. Do not think this is a prequel/squeal to the previous Bioshocks. You learn as to why the games title is called Bioshock, even being different from its predisesors in the ending to Bioshock Infinite.
The main player is no longer the silent type, being guided by the phrase “Would you kindly”, Booker has a voice, and that voice does a wonderful job, especially with the interactions with Elizabeth.
Elizabeth's AI is well done, as you will find she will move about on her own at times to view details on posters, show where to find a few items of interest, and comment on a few things as well. One of my favorite scenes with Elizabeth is when you pick up a Guitar in Shantytown and she sings along with you, this particular scene is missable.
The sound and music for the game is top notch. Even though the game is set in 1912 in the beginning of the game is a Barbershop Quartet singing a famous Beach Boys song. This particular event I missed and only found out at a later point.
The game itself does have some racial discrimination as well, but it in itself would not effect people in a negative way.
There are many great detailed features in this game, that can easily be missed if you do not take your time at viewing the environment. Which shows you the amount of work the makers did to bring to you the public the awesomeness that is Bioshock Infinite.
That being said, even though there are some player decision choices in the game, they do not effect the ending at all. Even so the one ending Bioshock Infinite has, is extremely good, though also sad.
10/10 Game Rating to you from me, Mr. Uchigatana