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A Look Back On… BioShock

GodisaGeek: "The best video game stories are the ones that stick with you long after you’re done, the ones that creep back into your consciousness after months of playing other games, the ones that you see tiny elements of in subsequent titles and suddenly wish you were playing instead. If I’m dead honest, 2K Boston’s 2007 shooter BioShock wasn’t one of those games – not right away."

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BuLLDoG9091386d ago

Bioshocks a good game, but theres something missing form it to make it truly great.. idk, i played it when it first released to maybe 80% through, when the game started to become boring to me, and i lost interest..
I got it again on psn maybe 3 weeks ago, and the same thing happened, around the halfway point it feels like im doing the same thing again and again, only in a slightly different looking level then the last...

Dishonored on the other hand is a truly great game,
and bioshock 3 looks amazing.

humbleopinion1386d ago (Edited 1386d ago )

How far did you get in the game? Did you meet Andrew Ryan yet? If not, would you kindly just go back and play it before you make judgement?

BuLLDoG9091385d ago

nope not yet,.. when i finish the rest of dishonored ill go back in, ill have to see what the fuss is about meeting that ryan dude.,
maybe itll be "that thing" i think is missing from the game.

humbleopinion1385d ago (Edited 1385d ago )

Well, this explains it...

I don't want to get your hopes too high since people have different tastes and eventually the game might let you down after all the hype and praise it gets.
But the Andrew Ryan confrontation is pretty much the climax of the game and you have to experience it before you judge it (although it's not the end of the game - you still have about 1/3 game left after that).

Bioshock was also hard for me to chew on it a first, but well worth it once I reached the Sander Cohen it started picking up pace. And then the Andrew Ryan level... wow.