I'm going to assume you watched it so without further explanation time to jump into the main topic of this article; video game series that shifted genres.
Game titles with the word "tactics" in them usually mark an RPG which has been transformed into a turn based strategy game. Final Fantasy: Tactics and Fallout: Tactics being the two biggest that come to mind. For better or worse none of the reworkings I've mentioned thus far were terribly successful aside from one outrageously profitable venture called World of Warcraft. Although different than the above examples, it was not a huge leap considering that RTS Warcraft games had RPG elements as early as Warcraft II: Beyond the Dark Portal.
here). Personally, I think all these conversations were for the better, both commercially and artistically. So, I guess that lends credence to Extra Credits' opinion that Bioshock: Infinite would have been better off breaking with brand conventions.
Actually, I have one exception I want to mention that represents a radical shift in genres despite being a direct sequel made by the same team as the original. There's a lot I want to say about this game though so I'm going to dedicate a full blog post to it for the next update. Until then...