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Submitted by Double07 2016d ago | review

TheSixthAxis: BioShock 2 Review

TSA writes: "Rapture is perhaps one of the most mysterious and interesting gaming locations out there. With all of the murky locations, dark characters and distorted ideologies 2K Games have created a world that has many stories to tell. This is where BioShock 2 succeeds, managing to convey the sinister atmosphere, while still staying true to the bizarre nature of Rapture itself. Set eight years after the first game's events, from the perspective of one of the first Big Daddies, we find out what it is like to be a protector of a Little Sister whilst still being hunted; something that the first game only managed to touch on." (BioShock 2, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 9/10

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