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Submitted by OliverKO 1858d ago | review

El33tonline Review: Bioshock 2 (PS3)

El33tonline writes:

"The original Bioshock was largely hailed as a masterwork of videogame narrative and design - a title that set the bar for how stories in games should be told, how players should be allowed to experiment in play, and the kinds of worlds gamers should expect from developers in the future. It was a self-contained, almost perfect game that didn't necessarily warrant any further additions in the form of sequels or spin-offs.

... Post Bioshock 2's release, however, and after soaking up the atmosphere of the singleplayer mode and following its highly intriguing story, and after competing online in the game's extraordinarily fun and addictive multiplayer component, I can say that not only is Bioshock 2 'good' and 'enjoyable,' it reaches the high bars set by the original title in the series, and is in my mind more than a worthy successor to that modern masterpiece." (BioShock 2, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 5/5

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