Submitted by s8anicslayer 2037d ago | review

XWA: BioShock 2 Review

While Jack roamed the waterlogged ruins of Rapture in the late fifties, this time the player is launched forward a decade to 1968 – in the larger than large boots of Subject Delta – the first Big Daddy to successfully be 'bonded' to a little sister. Without Andrew Ryan around to rule the roost, Rapture has fallen into the hands of slightly-mad psychologist Sofia Lamb and her horde of Big Sisters (the predecessors little ones all grown up). While Ryan once believed that each man is entitled to the sweat of his brow, Lamb's views are quite contrasting; endorsing collective contribution and communal wealth. (BioShock 2, Xbox 360) 95/100

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