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Submitted by s8anicslayer 1836d ago | review

Gameplay Monthly: BioShock 2 (360) Review

In 2007, BioShock broke out of its dormant sleep and onto store shelves. No game this generation possessed a world so beautifully twisted as Bioshock. The introduction of the creepy Little Sisters and Andrew Ryan's utopia-gone-awry was an unforgettable experience. As if ripped from a science-fiction novel, Bioshock sent the bar when it came to creating a story worth revisiting over and over again. Did it need a sequel? Who knows? Regardless of your answer, Bioshock 2 has arrived, and it's time to return to Rapture, this time as one of its most unexpected of protagonists. (BioShock 2, Xbox 360) B/A+

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