Summary: I have played Bioshock 1 and Infinite, someone suggested Bioshock 2 to me I love this game even though it's not too relevant to the story in a whole. Playing as a big daddy is great! Makes you feel like that much power should've only been capable in a Big Daddy anyways.
Summary: Purchase was easy with a bargain price and activation was trouble-free. Loved Bioshock, skipped to Infinite, loved that as well. Bioshock 2 was simply superb. I think it's a great mix between the two others, with a little more emphasis on the storyline. Absolutely got lost in it and loved it. Time to play the other two again!
Summary: I played the first Bioshock when it came out on PS3 and I absolutely loved it. This one is all the good stuff from the previous game and then more awesome slathered on top of that for a pile fun that you'll certainly enjoy if you like playing these types of games. I wont spoil anything here for anyone who hasn't played the series, though I will say that on PC it really is much better (duh I suppose).
Summary: BioShock 2 is a fun game that brings you back to Rapture as a big daddy. The game isn't as good as the original Bioshock, but it still has great gameplay an interesting story and an ending that is better than the final ending for the first game. There isn't any major plot twists, but the ending was sad and good. The gameplay is great as you can use a weapon and plasmid. You also get the drill and rivet gun in this game.
Summary: BioShock 2 is a great game. I have it for Xbox and PC and I like it better on PC, although it does crash occasionally. If you liked the first BioShock game then you will love this game. It is not as good as the first game, but some aspects of the game, such as duel wielding weapons and plasmids, are better in BioShock 2. Compared to the first game it's not as good, but BioShock 2 by itself is an amazing game that you should definitely play!
Summary: It's a good shoot and loot game. I enjoyed the story as well. I recommend playing the first Bioshock game before this one is you want to understand the story. There are lots of references to what happened in the previous game. I think the game inspires thought as it shows a scenario where a society is formed without God, government or regulation or morals of any kind. It shows what happened to that society as you, the player, try to survive being trapped there.