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Submitted by toaster 1531d ago | review

Joystiq Review: BioShock 2 (single player)

Joystiq: I know it, you know it; heck, I'd bet if they were being totally honest, the staff of 2K Marin would tell you they knew it too. BioShock was that rare combination of a perfectly realized world, fresh yet refined action and a narrative that left me with no real burning questions. It didn't need a sequel.

But all that has very little to do with BioShock 2 because whether it needed to be made or not, it's here now. And the surprise isn't that someone other than Irrational had the chutzpah to make a BioShock sequel. The surprise is just how worthwhile it is. (BioShock 2, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) -

toaster  +   1531d ago
When I heard about the PC DRM it was a complete dealbreaker. Now it is removed and the game is looking pretty good!

My wallet is crying right now. Too much good stuff way too soon..

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