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Submitted by Cyrus365 1906d ago | review

Action Trip: BioShock 2 Review

Action Trip writes: "As many BioShock fans are probably aware of by now, the sequel to the popular shooter wasn't developed by the same team. While Irrational Games took to other projects, BioShock 2 was left in the hands of development studio 2K Marin (mind, you five team members from 2K Boston - Irrational - worked on the B2, so there).

BioShock 2 tells a rather simple story. You step into the diving suit of the very first Big Daddy who finds himself roaming through the wrecked, once glorious, City of Rapture. Overrun by insane Splicers (which is the BioShock term for junkies evidently), Rapture is falling apart and is governed by an uncompromising woman named Sofia Lamb. Without any recollection of the past, our Big Daddy starts his search answers. The quest soon becomes much clearer, as he begins to grasp the terrible truth lurking deep within the city and just how vital his role is." (BioShock 2, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8.8/10

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