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Submitted by s8anicslayer 1626d ago | review

GamePro: BioShock 2 Review

GamePro writes: "When BioShock's inevitable sequel was originally teased on the PS3 version, players found themselves split over the need for a continuation of Irrational's objectivism-fueled epic. Without spoiling too much for the Rapture uninitiated, BioShock didn't exactly leave its dystopian door open for a sequel, with many of the original's characters in no fitting shape to carry on after the credits. While I was initially in the camp that believed BioShock to be a self-contained narrative that didn't need further exploration, it didn't take long for BioShock 2 to unequivocally sell me on the idea of a return-trip to Rapture. After all, there are many stories in the underwater city, and Jack Ryan's was only one of them." (BioShock 2, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 5/5

sparta76  +   1626d ago
Good score.
Loved the first, so be getting the 2nd :p

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