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Bioshock 2

PUBLISHED: 16:29 17 March 2010 | UPDATED: 14:57 24 August 2010

Bioshock 2: Spooky

Bioshock 2: Spooky

A spooky and slightly unnerving experience set approximately 10 years after the events of the original brings a worthy addition to the first person genre in the water drenched sequel Bioshock 2. This atmospheric follow up takes gamers back into the halls

A spooky and slightly unnerving experience set approximately 10 years after the events of the original brings a worthy addition to the first person genre in the water drenched sequel Bioshock 2.

This atmospheric follow up takes gamers back into the halls of the undersea city called Rapture, to face an as yet unspecified monster that has been snatching girls along the Atlantic coast before bringing them back undersea to a metropolis that still echoes with sins of the past.

The series of kidnappings from seaside communities by the unseen monster leads to the repopulation of Little Sisters in Rapture's failed utopia under the ocean.

Now, almost a decade after a gruelling civil war consumed the once magnificent city of Rapture, evil reverberates through its halls and a wickedness once thought gone forever returns along the Atlantic seaboard.

As players chase an unseen foe, their own survival is put on the line as the most iconic denizen of Rapture, the Big Daddy.`

Gamers travel through the decrepit and beautiful fallen city in a rich prequel experience that expands the origins of the BioShock fiction as our hero assumes the role of a Plasmid test subject for Sinclair Solutions, a premier provider of Plasmids and Tonics.

All the elements of the BioShock toolset will be needed to survive in this a unique and compelling multiplayer experience.

Those who remember the original witnessed a watershed moment in the gaming industry when it proved that video games can be viewed as art, both in terms of design and depth of the narrative.

Enter at your peril!

Andy McCorkell

Rating 82 %

www.bioshock2game.com

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