Making a sequel to a beloved original can be a risky proposition. Sometimes it goes spectacularly well, like The Empire Strikes Back, and sometimes it goes horribly wrong, like The Phantom Menace. When BioShock was released in 2007 it quickly captured the imaginations and respect of gamers, and rightfully so. The fallen undersea city of Rapture is one of the most unique and beguiling settings ever to appear in a videogame. So naturally the announcement of BioShock 2 was met with mixed emotions from the BioShock faithful.