Gameplay in Bioshock Infinite is very smooth and basic. It doesn't take very long to get the hang of the controls and start really enjoying the game. The gun selection isn't too huge but you will likely pick a few and stick with them. Vigors gradually come throughout the game, you will rarely be required to use a specific one, so you'll develop favorites and use them constantly. Anytime Elizabeth is with you, you will never run out of anything because she'll constantly throw you money, health, ammo, and Vigors. Elizabeth is also a lock-picking expert and she is able to open "rips" that can bring health, cover and other items into the world. Throughout gameplay she only got in my way once, she got me stuck in a corner and I couldn't move. All I had to do is jump and I was able to move out of the corner.
At first glance Bioshock Infinite looks dull and like it will be the same colored environments throughout the whole game. As the game progresses in time parts are very colorful and breathtaking.
Sounds are good and you can hear everything around you. As far as the soundtrack, honestly, it didn't stand out to me and I'm not even sure there is a soundtrack.
It's 1912 and you play as Booker Dewitt. Booker has been sent to "the lighthouse" to deliver a girl, Elizabeth, to pay off a debt (unknown to the player). You are taken to a city in the clouds, Columbia. The people of Columbia look to their profit and follow everything he says. The profit is known as Father Comstock. Once you find the girl you find yourself fighting through Columbia and trying to find a way back to the ground, New York. In New York is where there are people that can wipe your debt clean.
For me Bioshock is a one time experience and I don't have much desire to go back and go thru it again.