My360 writes: "Bioshock introduced gamers to the mysterious and tragically beautiful underwater city that was Rapture. Its 1940s charm, complete with music and film references, as well as architecturally accurate building designs, made it as much a character as the heroes and villains that plagued the city's halls. Coupled with the game's imaginative and incredibly engaging and interesting narrative, it provided gamers with one of the most unique and memorable experiences on a console ever. It was a new and original world and that's where a lot of the game's brilliance lied. With its sequel in Bioshock 2, we return to the city after 10 years, and while the city might seem a little too familiar, there are enough gameplay enhancements - including the introduction of a fantastic multiplayer experience - that make Bioshock 2 a very worthy addition to the franchise."