WP writes: "BioShock had also ended on a note that could have been left alone but an underwater dystopia seemed too perfect a place to not revisit with another story, and that's exactly what BioShock 2 dares to do. It's a trip back to the city of Rapture 10 years later, and the lights are still on.
But first, a word about Games for Windows Live. This is the service that the game requires and will install, and since I experienced it with Fallout 3, it hasn't done much to change my impression that it's something better served on the Xbox 360 than the PC. If I didn't already have an account set up for this, I would've had to make one just to play. After all that, you still have to keep the disc in the drive, and it'll automatically download patches, which are mandatory for online play."