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Submitted by Pozzle 882d ago | opinion piece

Bioshock: 5 Reasons Rapture Should Become A Reality

WC: If you’ve played Irrational Games’ ’Bioshock’, then you’re probably familiar with its underwater setting. The game features the underwater city of Rapture; a dark, unsettling city riddled with a crazed dystopian society, blood stained streets and genetically enhanced human beings – the stuff nightmares are made of.

Now, I’m not proposing that we bring that version of Rapture to life, but what if we could make the perfect underwater city? One with complacent citizens and advanced research facilities: a true underwater utopia. This is considering the fact that none of the events in the game occur – that Rapture actually turned out perfectly and the incident with gene splicing never really happened. Should we build an underwater city? Here’s a list that might make you support the idea. (BioShock, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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