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Q&A Session With BioShock 2 Developers

To get things in motion, Jordan starts us off with his summary of the game:
"BioShock 2 takes place ten years after the events of the first game. The player takes control of a prototype Big Daddy called Subject Delta. He is separated from the bonded Little Sister that he went to protect, wakes up ten years later to find the city a much more dangerous place, crossing it to find his former Little Sister. Along the way, he comes into conflict with Dr. Sofia Lamb, an altruist and former political rival of Andrew Ryan, who has united the city into a kind of unity cult called The Rapture Family and sees the player as sort of the ultimate individual and thus a very big direct threat to her plan.

The multiplayer component is actually a prequel, taking place in the year between 1959 and 1960. You take the role of one of the average citizens of Rapture who was drawn into that conflict, and as the city fell from grace, so did they. And you sort of grow your character and participate in that sort of classic commendatory BioShock play, but in a much more sort of beautiful utopian take on the city before the war tore it apart."

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omicron0093085d ago

I cant wait for Bioshock 2

Go Gaming Giant3085d ago

same here, counting the days

Murgatroyd73085d ago (Edited 3085d ago )

Yeah, I'm definitely more excited for this now. They said I should be getting my copy right around the day of release.

thegreatest78843085d ago

Going to the Best Buy midnight release and it's going to be sweet! Lemme tell ya, during school on Tuesday I'll be running solely on energy drinks and sugar. But it will be worth it.

RaymondM3085d ago

Nice! I am so down for this game. I loved the first one, and its hands down one of the best games on the 360. I hope this one lives up to my expectations. I'm interested in how they're going to take the story this time too...

DanCrabtree3085d ago

Nice, solid condensed version of what I'm sure was a sweet call to be in on.