Summary: I deleted the game after about 1/2 hour. Walking around staring out a helmet face plate was too boring and limiting. Plus the UI was dirt slow. The action sequences also were repetitive From what little I played it was no where near the quality of the original.
Summary: Okay, so I bought this awesome looking game along with four other awesome games, problem is that out of the five awesome games that I bought, this single awesome game Bioshock 2 must stay in the CD ROM Drive and keep it occupied and spinning while playing this awesome game, while also connected to...
Summary: Installation was problematic on Win 7 x64. Machine is higher-end, 16GB/500GB hd/1GB ram HD video. Did not prefer connection to Steam. Returned/refunded product code, re-ordered DVD copy, removed Steam files/account, installed ok from physical media correctly.
Short and dumbed-down FPS - not worthy of the name "Bioshock"
3 June 2010
Summary: I just finished playing Bioshock II (BSII) and I must say, after playing and loving Bioshock I (BSI), this was a disappointing experience. The story line takes place 10 years after the events in the first game and makes references to the events that occur there.
Summary: You get the impression that the developers really wanted to get back at users for something. First, the DRM on this game is a pain, requiring an active connection to play unless you don't mind losing all your progress every time you stop playing. Next, the game is short. Very short.
Summary: I am a huge fan of the original Bioshock and by no means expected the followup to meet or exceed the previous high standards. I expected a fun game that reminded me of the brilliance of the first.
Summary: The bottom line is this: They shipped a severely broken game. The creators claimed to have dropped controller support to focus on making the mouse/keyboard controls shine. I have no problem with lack of controller support, but the mouse sensitivity is through the roof. Very not cool.
Feels more like an expansion pack than anything else.
14 February 2010
Summary: Taken in tiny chunks Bioshock 2 is, on a purely superficial level, almost indistinguishable from the first game. The graphics and fast-twitch combat are just as good as the first game, it's a competent shooter with an inherently cool setting, and it does make a handful of tangible improvements over...