Summary: I loved the 1st bioshock and then Bioshock Infinite. I just recently palyed both and decided to pick this up. Controls are easy enough to understand and master. Story on Bioshock 1 and Infinite do in my opinion blow this one away. This game felt a little bland at parts. It was great to be playing a Big Daddy. But novelty wore off quickly on that. Still a great game. Graphics and sounds still hold up to todays standards. Would recommend for anyone needing a Bioshock fix.
Summary: Bioshock was arguably one of the finest games of this generation when it was released in 2007. Now, it and Bioshock 2, w/ all their DLC, come in this greatly priced package. Perfect, right? Well not quite. My only gripe with the game is that it's one of those games where you have to install practically the ENTIRE digital version of the game, but still need the disc to play it.
Or three stars (depends). Beware of "continue glitch"
Forfex Sceleris, Amazon
28 May 2013
Summary: There's not much to say about Bioshock that hasn't been said before: it's an awesome franchise (so far) and the story is VERY good (among the best I've seen); it's one of my top recommendations for video games. Still, it may not be for everyone: its a survival horror (think Silent Hill or the first Resident evil) in first-person view, but with a much more immersive story well sewn into the gameplay.
Summary: this game is fun and its a great deal. i got it for $20 with free shipping. the game is awesome and everything is cool except the amount of data that get installed on your HDD. almost the whole game is installed on your console and the game itself runs as a random task. what i mean is that the PS3 does not recognize the game as a game but the game is installed on the disc files randomly in there. cheaply. UPDATE. 4/13/13 - I just finished Bioshock 1 and its great.
Summary: The Bioshock series is fantastic. I absolutely love the first one because nothing has been made like it. The second one is pretty good, but not as great as the first one. I still haven't played Infinite. I need to do that soon!
Summary: I played BioShock 1 first to get the basic idea. One thing I noticed is that I was always broke, injured or out of ammo for most of the earlier part of the game even on casual. I play these games very thoroughly and search everywhere to collect items and money. I got stuck for good when I used quest items to craft something. There simply weren't anymore no matter where I searched so on to BioShock 2. In BioShock 2, your character is a Big Daddy.