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BioShock 2: Protector Trials Review | Eurogamer

Eurogamer: "You can unlock concept art and seven new Achievements (or Trophies) if you're the kind of person who goes nuts for such things, but the main event here is the combat. That's never been the sharpest part of BioShock (and certainly not the aspect of the game that has earned it its classic reputation) and there's not too much in the way of replayability once you've fought through each encounter. But it's still nice to be back in Rapture, even if you're only there to shoot the place up a bit." (BioShock 2, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 6/10

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