Oh really? I didn't know about the random generation. That's a shame. I mean, a lot of games are adding random generation to their games these days and it doesn't always make the game better. Sure you get replayability but I'd rather have a truly great story experience any day. Randomly generated games are a bit... forgettable? Where as a great story, with well thought out characters and a thick lore will stick in your mind forever. At least that's how I see it?
As for my favorite Bioshock, I liked infinite but I don't think you can beat the original. Though, the following games added in heaps of character development and story. I don't know, I just loved that whole universe. Everything was so interesting and every character had a past to discover.
I don't know but I hope We Happy Few has some form of storyline and isn't just another random level generated survival game. The trailer set a really interesting scene, I'd love to explore this creepy world, meet all kinds of characters and get into tons of freaky scenarios. I think one of the things that grabbed me about Bioshock was how the splicers interacted with each other and their crazed personalities.
I'd like to topple the system in We Happy Few. Play a rich storyline that sees the player cripple the drug production that would plunge everything into chaos or maybe just wake the village's inhabitants up from a corrupt overlord. This kind of game seems like it could have so much potential.