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Submitted by IllusionRSN 2179d ago | review

Popwatch: Bioshock 2 Review

In the first game, your decision whether to save or harvest (i.e. murder) the Little Sisters resulted in little more than one of two final cut scenes - save them all, and you're a saint; kill even one, and you're a monster. By contrast, BioShock 2 is peppered with live-or-die moral quandaries that affect the game throughout, and the entire final act hinges on what you chose to do with those helpless Little Sisters. If, like me, you harvested a few of them at the outset, and then saved the rest out of guilt, the game even provides you with one doozy of a final decision. (BioShock 2, PS3, Xbox 360) B+/A+

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