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Submitted by s8anicslayer 1971d ago | review

NowGamer: BioShock 2 (PS3) Review

NowGamer writes: "BioShock 2 is, as we said just then and as we have said in previews before, a great deal like its predecessor. It looks nigh-on the same, sound effects are the same, splicers are pretty much the same (bar some mutations brought on from hanging around for ten years) and generally speaking – initially at least – it's underwhelming. But it doesn't take very long before you are totally sucked back into the underwater world. A brief foray onto the ocean floor and an unexpected reveal of Rapture is all you need to be reminded why, while some may not have wanted a sequel, in the end it's one we are happy to have." (BioShock 2, PS3) 8.8/10

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