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Bioshock 2: The Protector Trials

Bioshock 2: The Protector Trials (PS3) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 3
Genre: First-Person Shooter
Developer: 2K Games

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Bioshock 2: The Protector Trials review

Reviewed June 06, 2015

Robotic_Attack says: "Protector Trials is a horrible, throw-away DLC pack with nothing original about it. It's not remotely worth playing. It feels like a demo for the main game, not a follow-up that inspires fond memories and gives interesting new content like a good DLC pack does. At least Bioshock 2 has the amazing Minerva's Den. Play that instead of this."
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