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Submitted by moosehound 2176d ago | review

BrutalGamer.com Review: Bioshock 2 (PS3)

BrutalGamer.com writes:-
I think its well documented in both articles and on the podcasts that I loved Bioshock. Seriously loved it! The game came at a time I was just fed up to the back teeth with yet another bloody shooter coming out for my shiny new Xbox 360. The game introduced us to the over the top Andrew Ryan, the chilling Little Sisters and the lumbering moans of the Big Daddies. The true star though was the location, an underwater utopia setup in the 1950's called Rapture by the afore mentioned Andrew Ryan. (BioShock 2, PS3) 8/10

unchartedgoty  +   2176d ago
the first was interesting
i hope this one holds up to the first, because generally reviews dont matter,im looking forward to this.

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