What the upcoming BioShock Infinite: The Siege of Columbia lacks in surround sound and frantic action, it makes up for with things the video game version is lacking in: a tangible world and, more importantly, little plastic men (and women).
Instead of playing as Booker, the game is more strategic in nature, giving you command of either the Founders or Vox Populi in a battle for control of the floating city. Booker and Elizabeth are in the game, yeah, but you have to "fight" the former, while trying to influence the latter.
Most importantly, it includes plastic zeppelin.
Plaid Hat will be releasing the game sometime in the next few months, and you can preorder it for $60.