Summary: It didn't take long to figure out this game wasn't the spiritual successor to Bioshock. It wasn't even like the Call of Duty 2&3&4 handoffs between Infinity Ward and Treyarch, where each had their own spin on the title. It just isn't that good, isn't original or all that fun. Multiplayer is a terrible mess. So much similar stuff out there to recommend over this. Any Assassin's Creed, especially 3, Bioshock Infinite, Dishonored. Not this.
Summary: The outer box is heavily torn and rip apart and while everything inside the box is fine, the ripped up box doesn't boast well with a collector. I didn't feel it was necessary for a return because I purchased 2 copies and they were both like that.
Summary: people love both these games, and this was a pretty good deal, but i gotta say i think they're both way overated. the art direction and graphics on both games are fantastic, but the gameplay on both is tedious and boring
Summary: If you've played Bioshock, you've played Bioshock 2. The original developer was not involved. This is just milking a formula that worked to make more money. Not worth your time if you played the first game in the series. Lets hope Infinite returns to the original quality of the franchise.
Out of ammo, door locks are annoying, Did not like this game.
21 January 2012
Summary: Strange Shooter. Creepy vibe. The one frustrating part of this game was trying to open locks on doors.. if you dont time your locks the enemies will show up from nowhere and you will die quick in this game.. and always collecting stuff so you wont run out of ammo.. face it.. when your out of ammo it is not fun and you die. I did not like this game. I am being generous in my rating.
The makers were too scared to stray from the usual
9 October 2010
Summary: I liked the end where you develop your powers more and actually can do some killing without worrying about dying yourself. I disliked the long journey leading up to that point. It was pretty much all the same but with the addition of the big sisters that appear all the time. They could have done a whole lot better with it. Very low replay value i think.
Summary: Despite the stellar reviews this game has received, I found it to be a rather generic, by the numbers imitation of the first Bioshock. The first Bioshock game was a perfect balance of substance, gameplay, and innovation. I loved playing the first game and when I wasn't playing it,I was thinking about playing it. I couldn't wait to see what was coming next. With this game I found that I just couldn't wait for it to end.
Summary: My verdict: If you like shooting things indiscriminately, you'll be happy. If you're here for a story as powerful and incredible as the first Bioshock, you'll be horribly disappointed. Special Edition Loved it all, especially the art book, the record, and the soundtrack. Great swag, very much worth it. The art of BioShock is incredible and fun and inspiring, and Garry Schyman's gorgeous score does not disappoint. (Check out "Pairbond," which is fabulous in particular.