After I finished playing BioShock Infinite yesterday, I downloaded it. and was very pleasantly surprised. It nicely consolidated and Synched gaming & achievement information from XBL, Steam, EA/Origens, Ubisoft UPlay and all of my sites in a unified system/community. It has a very neat interface. And rewards you for playing the games. There are a lot of free games to play. I can't comment on them yet. But I've seen several on Steam for a small fee. It is all about the Games. And it keeps real cool stats and diagnostics on your game library/system and consolidated profile. It tracks your overall progress on all games from all platforms. Ranks you on a scale from "newbie-Elite" on each game (about 5 levels). It recommends game groups and forums to join...free games to play from each of your communities...along with games you may like. It automatically updates your profile, gaming statistics & information from all of your sites and communities whenever you play a game. It optimizes your system for each game based on experience settings from the AMD community. So far I like it.
Overall I really liked BioShock Infinite. It was a beautiful game with an interesting story. A bit too redundant on the fighting mechanics. But overall I liked the balance between Weapons and Vigor. I played it on normal setting and finished it pretty fast. Raptr scored me in the "Elite" percentile on it. I'll definitely revisit this game again one day with all of the DLC. Next up...either Crysis 3, Tomb Raider, or Far Cry 3 on PC. And back to Kingdoms of Amalur-Reckoning on the Xbox 360.
Edited by barrelbelly - 11/6/13 at 10:49pm