Booker DeWitt may have wiped away the debt, but he has a new concern in BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea. These first five minutes of the two-part DLC campaign's first episode may spoil a little bit for you, though it's worth it to see the underwater metropolis of Rapture filled with life.
We really dig the ambience, but jogging along the crowded corridors does kind of blunt Elizabeth's steely femme fatale image. Thankfully that won't be a problem if you (like us) stop every two feet to listen in on every conversation and examine every poster.
Burial at Sea's first chapter will come to PC, PS3, and Xbox 360 before the holiday, according to Joystiq, and is part of the $20 season pass.