What should consumers expect from a re-make or a port? A better ending if the first game didn't have a great one?
"BioShock" was released on the Xbox 360 last summer year to much critical acclaim. A PS3 version with commendably similar engineering is coming out next month. But there was at least one widely acknowledged flaw with the Xbox 360 version: the game's final act. Yesterday, MTV Multiplayer learned that despite that year that's passed since the 360 version's release, that ending isn't going to be improved on the PS3.
"When you get a chance to work on something that was really creative you get the temptation to re-do things," the PS3 version's senior producer, Melissa Miller of 2K Marin, told MTV Multiplayer. "We chose not to."