Summary: BioShock 2: Minerva's Den spoiler-free review: A really short and uninteresting tale with little to offer. After BioShock 2 stablishing the player as Big Daddy, an unstopable force, Minerva's Den gives the players less weapons and things (like food that gives you health or coffee that gives you eve) to find, it was really hard to adapt myself to a more strategic and thoughtful position in battle. The story is uninteresting and I always kept going for the level design.
Summary: Same gameplay with less weapons (although there is a new one) and less plasmids. Story is hard to follow and relatively uninteresting until you get to the twist ending which was a nice touch, too bad it took so long to get there. The DLC will last you probably 3-4 hours max.
Summary: Bioshock 2 is a very good game with sharper graphics then the first game but honestly thats all 2K improved on from the original Bioshock. Sure you get to play as a Big Daddy with a drill and many large weapons to your disposal as well as plasmids but don't you think you would be more of an unstoppable force? I found myself dying countless times to a group of thugs over and over again when i think i should be destroying them with ease.