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Submitted by rigbybot127 421d ago | opinion piece

Bioshock Review – Atmospheric Flawlessness | Leet Gamers Asia

Bioshock was one of the first truly next-gen games of this gen, something that couldn’t be done before. Ken Levine, known for his work on System Shock 2, brings us a very-well written, atmospheric first-person experience, and game mechanics that had never been seen before up to this point, making it the most revolutionary FPS since Half-Life 2, and the second greatest experience [rigbybot127 has] ever had playing an FPS, after Half-Life 2, of course. A game that’s so good that there was no way they could ever create an ending that would have lived up to the masterwork of the rest of the game. Despite (two) somewhat ho-hum ending(s) (based on your karmic actions throughout), [rigbybot127] sincerely doubt[s] that there was any way this game could have been better. (BioShock, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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