Yes, BioShock 2 has new guns, new powers, new tools and new multiplayer. For the first time, you can shoot rivets or drill through enemy flesh as a Big Daddy, control turret guns from across the room with remote hacking darts, combine plasmids for electrified tornado death traps and go head-to-head with friends in a raging online Splicer War.
That's not why you're anticipating this sequel so much, however, and that's not why you're reading this article. You want to be frightened by BioShock 2. You want to be disturbed. You want to be unsettled. And after experiencing an entire level of the game, GamesRadar can confidently predict that you will be. Here's what creeped them out during their hands-on time.