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Submitted by Ve3tro 2023d ago | review

Ve3tro Review: Bioshock 2 - Welcome Back to Rapture

Ve3tro writes: "The problem with BioShock 2 is, strangely enough, the original BioShock. When the first game was released it was ground breaking, offering an underwater world that transported gamers to the world of Rapture that gave an oppressive and claustrophobic feeling.

It was a game filled to bursting with originality and unique art deco stylings that made the game stand out further than the crowd. The reason that this is a problem is because the second game doesn't do enough to differentiate itself and ultimately becomes more of the same." (BioShock 2, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 7/10

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