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Submitted by crocs 1618d ago | review

HawtWired: Review: Bioshock 2 (PS3)

HawtWired:

"Underwater games have had a less than favorable history over the years and, contrary to that belief, Bioshock released to a stellar reception that any follow-up would have surely failed in comparison. Enter Bioshock 2, another water-infused quest, and it actually stacks up rather well to its predecessor. Even if -- mostly -- in the mechanical sense." (BioShock 2, PS3) B/A

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