Levine responds to BioShock copy protecton woes

Once again Ken Levine comes out of the top-secret Levine-cave full of wondrous gadgets where he dwells in his imagination to address a major issue with 2K's new baby, BioShock. The concerns over SecuROM copy protection issues will soon be a thing of the past. In a thread posted on the 2K forums by a user named BioshockClassAction, Levine lays it on out

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The Real Joker3803d ago

condoms are fine i guess but I prefer pull and pray method.

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The Real Joker3803d ago

I would say from your post you are very young. It comes from a TV show called All in the Family. The person in my avatar is name Michael Stivic. The main charcter was a grouchy old man named Archie Bunker. He had a son in law that he hated and called him Meathead. The wierd thing about this is that I am not that old (late 20s). Anyway, later.

DrPirate3803d ago


DUDE YOU WIN! That comment had me laughing my head off. Nice one man.

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The Real Joker3803d ago

Well I think it means either two things:

1:Approval of Gay rights
2: Logo for Commodore Amiga

If its not either one of those then you are right.

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Bnet3433803d ago

No problems here, sucks for the people who got PC version.