Summary: Well, all I did was run round and round in circles not having any idea what to do. No matter how long I played it, I never could figure out what I was supposed to do or how I was supposed to do it. Most games give you hints and tips on what to do after you've flailed around for so long.
Summary: I cannot argue that this port is not what it's cracked up to be, for most users that is. I'm fortunate enough to be playing on an iPhone 6+ and the controls work better here than I would imagine on an iPad or other device.
Summary: I´m one of those few people that never played Bioshock on neither computer nor console. So buying it for a mobile was a bit of hit or miss. It was a pure hit. So many people gives this version a bad score because of the graphics. I give it a good score because of the game itself.
Summary: I finally got around playing this game. All I can say is that it is intuitive, exciting, and fun. I really enjoyed it and wish I had played this game when it was released. If you have been on the fence like I was, jump on this game immediately!
Summary: If you don't have any way to play this on the PC, or at least on a console, then maybe this is playable for you, but I'm not sure. It's clumsy, laggy, but at the end of the day, it's still the wonderful place and story. So buyer beware.
Summary: "Experience one of the greatest shooters of all time!". Yea, this one of the great shoothers of all time..but on PC & Consoles. Rapture is so bad that I can barely read detailed posters on the walls. Seriously, with that graphics...i can't get a great experience.
Summary: The iOS port isn't a catastrophe, it's just extremely impractical. The graphics are below the minimum settings in the computer edition and the controls are a mess without a keyboard/mouse. I commend 2K China's Xcom Enemy Unknown, but that was the exception, not the rule.