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Submitted by cyborg 1977d ago | review

Gamersmint Review: Bioshock 2

It is, perhaps, the irony of Bioshock 2, that its greatest difference from its predecessor comes from just how similar they both seem. Bioshock captured our imagination with Rapture, a ruined dream that took shape in a set of truly singular ideals of Andrew Ryan. What made Rapture such a runaway success with gamers was its mystique and unfamiliarity.
To put it simply, Bioshock 2 fails to make a great first impression, and it does so by trying too hard to emulate its predecessor. Fortunately though, it's not the last you will take away from the game. (BioShock 2, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 4/5

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