BioShock was released in 2007 to rave reviews and high scores. The game's incredible narrative, cinematic gameplay, and jaw-dropping plot twists set it apart from the sea of nearly-identical FPS games that have plagued the game industry for years now.
BioShock 2 was released to less critical acclaim than the original. The game's existence angered some gamers who believed that BioShock "did not need a sequel", as though the necessity of a sequel somehow impacts its fun factor. It was developed by a different studio than the first game, although the new studio did an excellent job of capturing the magic that made the original so great.
BioShock Infinite is currently being produced by a different developer entirely, and this may explain why it is such a departure from the other two games. While BioShock 1 and 2 took place in the underwater city of Rapture during the 1960s, BioShock Infinite takes place in a flying city called Columbia in 1912. Instead of plasmids and tonics, players will use "vigors" and "nostrums".
And, although previous BioShock games did not feature any characters with overt sex appeal, BioShock Infinite features a slender, raven-haired damsel-in-distress who is showing a copious amount of cleavage through her dress.
Elizabeth's bust has captivated gamers even before the game's release; type the words "BioShock Infinite Elizabeth" into Google, and it will display the words "BioShock Infinite Elizabeth Cleavage" and "BioShock Infinite Elizabeth Cosplay", demonstrating how common these two search terms are. Obviously, gamers are starved for imagery of Elizabeth's bust and/or real women dressing in her revealing outfit.
Elizabeth's buxom figure and low-cut dress are prominently featured in nearly all trailers and screenshots for BioShock Infinite, a sign that the developers may be aware of how to best market their game to males aged 13 and up.
If you are not fortunate enough to have gazed upon Elizabeth yet, please view the images and videos below.