What's better than a game based in an alternate universe where an underwater utopia turns into a deadly moral dilemma that's rife with special abilities and freaky, bunny mask-wearing psychos? Said game set in an overly nationalized city in the sky, that's what. Bioshock Infinite ($60), Irrational Games' next iteration in the Bioshock franchise, is set in Columbia, a cloud-dwelling city where capitalism, religion and racism are king. Infinite holds more of a mirror to the player than its predecessor, taking the American dream to its long, twisted, logical conclusion. If you expect a hunk of weighty, philosophical environments, with a side of solid first-person gameplay, then this is your jam.