Summary: The protagonist begins his adventure trying to get out of this place about to collapse. Numerous cracks and leaks in windows, which separate the city from the pressure of the ocean, are constantly having to remember the player's imminent danger of sinking. Not just this, there are numerous grotesque creatures, hostile and bloody, by-products of repeated genetic alterations, always about to attack everything and everyone.
Summary: With a wonderful story with great detail in the graphics, excellent variety of weapons and plasmid that will help you defeat enemies like splicers. Little Sisters and Big Daddy, Bioshock becomes a very good FPS that no one should miss.
Summary: bioshock is a great game with a unique style. set in an underwater dystopia, the game does a great job of immersing you in "Rapture". the action is relentless, the enemies are creepy and there are enough hacking puzzles to keep you on your toes. the game's map is easy to understand and a helpful arrow appears at the top of your screen to guide you in the right direction. however, i found the controls to be a little cumbersome and counterintuitive.
Summary: Bioshock is definitely one of the most unique games for its time. The story is great with many twists and turns and the way in which you choose your own destiny adds another element to the story line. Gameplay made the game more fun with the choices of using weapons or powers ("plasmids"). It’s a must buy for any fps lovers.
Summary: Why did I hate this game? -No ADS. And perhaps the most obtuse control scheme ever. You jump with triangle for crying out loud. -Endless fetchquests -Confusing level layout -Tedius and boring minigames -Repetitive gameplay -Repetitive enemies Don't believe the hype. Buy the much improved BioShock:Infinite instead.
Summary: In Bioshock, you're a guy who has survived a plane crash and is in the middle of the ocean. You then find this pod that takes you to an underwater "utopia" called Rapture. From there, the game gets crazy then crazier. Rapture was created to be free of God, free of country, and be its own thing. Because of Rapture, mankind is free of rules and has become what man has wanted to be. Now we have a survival horror game.