I thought both had mediocre gameplay and stories. I took some time to look around Columbia but I didn't think the setting was that interesting either and playing Dishonored almost immediately after Infinite didn't help my retrospective impressions.
The Panzer Squid is the ultimate hunter, blending into any environment until it has the opportunity to shove a rocket up urbum
I pre-ordered Infinite and I still haven't finished it, I keep coming back to it - playing for a little bit and then stopping.
I bought Tomb Raider during the Summer Sale, I think it was on the encore last day because even then I was on the fence about it, passing on it when it first went on sale. I played the whole game over the long weekend. Enjoyed it thoroughly. 100% the single-player portion of the game. Tried multiplayer but it was a terrible experience.
Weird to compare games that really are in two completely different genres but whatever. I enjoyed BSI more simply because I was engaged in the story even if the gameplay was super easy (I even played on hard) and pretty dull at times. I never finished tomb raider because I got distracted with other games before the end. It was OK but like BSI I found the gameplay kind of meh and unlike BSI the story didn't keep me interested enough to see it through to the end.