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Submitted by The Hunter 1997d ago | review

Gamer: Bioshock 2 (Singleplayer) Review

Gamer writes: "The idea of an altruistic society seems nice. You do not act out your own ego, but in the interest of the other. It provides a collective, social community. Unfortunately, in practice a lot less attractive. Take the failed communist states, where relatively low and strict regimes prevail tolerated. BioShock 2 explains the danger of such a society with great exposure under water city Rapture. A city that began as a dream, but ended in a nightmare." (BioShock 2, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 9/10

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