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Submitted by Cyrus365 1772d ago | review

WhatIfGaming: BioShock 2 Review - Haunting Horripilations

WhatIfGaming writes: "1968 has never been so cold and the water never this damp. Awaken as Subject Delta in 2K Marin's BioShock 2, the sequel to BioShock that introduces the gaming world to an unraveling Dystopia in which philosophical individualism and seeping autocracy haunts the flooded corridors. BioShock 2 takes a very daring road to build upon the exotic backdrop of BioShock in which a plane crash lands the Protagonist Jack Ryan to the mysterious underwater world of Rapture. 2K Marin valiantly creates a new and recognizable atmosphere into a completely different storyline that evokes the responses through totalitarian dictatorship, beautiful gameplay based upon similar game interface as BioShock, and furthered incredible variety when it comes to the chills and haunting images that Rapture exudes. BioShock 2 furthers improvements and shooter mechanics beyond the first one and continues to up the par with a multiplayer mode from Digital Extremes." (BioShock 2, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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