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Submitted by overlordror 1894d ago | review

Gamer Limit Review: Bioshock 2

Christopher Matulich writes, "When BioShock first hit the Xbox360 back in the summer of 2007, many were left in awe by a stellar plot, original gameplay and great customization options, and above all, a gorgeous yet ultimately disturbing backdrop that was the underwater city of Rapture.

Now, two and a half years later, we make our return to the dystopian society in this highly anticipated sequel from 2k Games, ready to explore the submerged depths of the mentally unstable once again, and every bit of it is as eerie and disturbing as it was before. Yet, will returning to Rapture have the same lasting, profound effect as it did the first time around?" (BioShock 2, Culture, PC) 9.0/10

Jorrel56  +   1894d ago
Trying to finish Bioshock 1 before I start on this. Good review.
overlordror  +   1894d ago
I can't wait to get my hands on this. I've bene trying to clear out my backlog before I get any new games, so I have Bioshock 2, Dante's Inferno, Darksiders, all on the shelf. Good review!
Yuenanimous  +   1894d ago
Great review! I'm about 80% done with the single-player portion and completely agree with this review.
thedoctor  +   1894d ago
Too bad I hated the first one. Not sure if I could get into the sequel.
themizarkshow  +   1894d ago
I'm just now playing the first one and the controls are kinda loose and wonky. Definitely detracting from my experience, but I can see how it might work with the main character just being thrown into this environment. With a review score like that, I'll probably push through to try the sequel.

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