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BioShock 2

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02/09/2010
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02/09/2010
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02/09/2010
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02/09/2010
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Reader Reviews

BioShock 2 review

Reviewed February 17, 2010

eviltb says: "The first Bioshock was a game that either made you ‘wow’ or ‘growl’. Despite the rave reviews, I avoided the first game as it looked a little silly, but after some convincing I eventually rented it and once completed my foot was firmly placed in the ‘wow’ camp. The setting and the story was gripping as any I had played and I really felt I had accomplished something by ending Atlas and saving all those little girls. Now 2K have decided that Bioshock was worthy of a sequel, so have thrust you this..."
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BioShock 2 review

Reviewed February 15, 2010

pickhut says: "BioShock is the game that never needed a sequel, but this is the video game industry we're talking about, so we got one when the game sold well. BioShock 2 had an uphill battle to overcome, since BioShock had such an original setting, with an entertaining plot and good gameplay to back it up. Obviously, there were concerns, especially when it was revealed players would be returning to the underwater utopia turned madhouse, Rapture. Was it even possible to squeeze out any more from this ci..."
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BioShock 2 review

Reviewed February 18, 2010

Suskie says: "There were plenty of reasons I wasn’t overly fond of the first BioShock, but the one that I keep coming back to is that the game was too easy. I understand that 2K's tour through the majestic underwater metropolis of Rapture served as little more than a technical showcase – let’s be real – and that a constant string of deaths would get in the way of leading players from one skillfully crafted set piece to the next, but it’s important not to forsake the game. I’m not a stickler for ..."
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