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Submitted by BIoodmask 1614d ago | review

IGN: BioShock 2: Minerva's Den DLC Review

Ultimately, Minerva's Den uses Bioshock 2 as a platform to tell a more personal, interesting story than 2K Marin and co. achieved with the game proper. With its better encounter design, more interesting strategic options, and much better pacing, Minerva's Den, if it truly is the way 2K brings the curtain down on Rapture for the foreseeable future, closes it out with grace and style. At four to six (excellent) hours for ten bucks, Minerva's Den is worth it for BioShock 2 fanatics and tourists alike. (BioShock 2, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8.5/10

MegaMohsi  +   1614d ago
Nice
4-6 hours, 3 chapters only $10 now that's DLC worth paying for.
Lucreto  +   1614d ago
I am looking forward to it. 6 hours is pretty good I was expecting less.
JohnApocalypse  +   1614d ago
The length of the original game was like 13 hours
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Digital-_-Smoke  +   1614d ago
Blame dvd
fo real
iamgoatman  +   1614d ago
@Digital-_-Smoke

And yet many longer games have fit on a DVD just fine.
Playerz8  +   1614d ago
The original game was like 8 hours.
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poopface1  +   1614d ago
bioshock 2 was pretty good
I liked the first more but for around 5 hours this is pretty good. If I had the game I would probably get this.
TheLastGuardian  +   1614d ago
I was sceptical before but after reading that review I'm definitely getting this.
Eamon  +   1614d ago
Hmm, so the DLC is supposed to be better than the actual game.

I was actually very dissapointed with Bioshock 2.

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