Set in rapture, BioShock Infinite’s Burial At Sea DLC (Part 1) is absolutely beautiful. The underwater setting is complimented by enormous glass windows, showing off the glowing city that spans across the depths of the sea. The interior is set prior to the fall of Rapture, which is seen in BioShock 1 and 2, and is a 1920’s socialite’s heaven. The floor glistens, the staircases arch elegantly between the saturation of remarkably pretentious stores, and the shop keepers are unnaturally delighted to see you. It all feels very false, but that foreign, unnatural aura makes Rapture all the more enticing.