Summary: Having a bit of hype surrounding it before it's release, BioShock does not disappoint one bit. In fact, as far as first person shooters go, games rarely get any better than this. BioShock takes the FPS to new levels thanks to it's brilliantly realized atmosphere and setting, and a story that is so engaging you'll think that you were playing an RPG.
Summary: I thought Gears of War was a good game, but I believe Bioshock outdoes Gears of War on multiple levels. First, the storyline is solid, I feel like I am participating in a self-directed movie, opposed to the typical experience of a weak storyline combining together sequences of violence. Second, Bioshock is not about who has the biggest gun, there is an element of strategy not found in previous FPS games with the exception maybe of Gears of War.
Summary: This game is not only a classic, but it retains it's level of merit to this date. It's still fun to play. The story is very intuitive and the audio recordings you may find and listen to only add to the game. Photography adds an extra challenge during combat, but if your successful at it you'll be rewarded with huge benefits in combat and hacking and other aspects of the game.
Summary: This is by far the most interesting, fun, adventurous game since last years. There is so much to do in this game, you can hack into safes, invent items, shock someone in the water, use a crowbar to knock someone out, anything you want to do, you can. I didn't hear about this game until last week of release. I played the game & immediately got hooked.
Summary: First, the storyline is solid, I feel like I am participating in a self-directed movie, opposed to the typical experience of a weak storyline combining together sequences of violence. Second, Bioshock is not about who has the biggest gun, there is an element of strategy not found in previous FPS games with the exception maybe of Gears of War. Finally, the game is intuitive, easy to pickup.
Summary: This game is awesome; the graphics are good, the controls are smooth. The story line is interesting; it's like a "splice" between horror and science fiction. The plasmids in this game are awesome and if rationed they do last. I've played other games that have powers similar to the plasmids such as Devil May Cry. Which is a great game but your more limited to when you can use your powers.
One of my top 5 games of all time. This is a masterpiece
Richard Baker "BinaryMessiah", Amazon
29 March 2012
Summary: The Good: Rapture is a beautiful underwater city with amazing graphics and ambiance, wonderfully crafted enemies and characters, very deep and intriguing story, plasmids really mix up gameplay, decent length The Bad: No multiplayer what-so-ever, not enough enemies and characters, even though there's a lot there for you it leaves you wishing there was more BioShock is awesome! Buy it!...that is probably all you need for a review...but that's not a review really.
It's survival horror that's scarier than Resident Evil 5, not as scary as Dead Space 2, but better than both of those games.
28 March 2012
Summary: MENU SCREEN: This essentially is where the magic begins. If you click up and down on the main menu screen, the highlighted tabs play creepy piano music. Of course you're not going to play around with this for a period of time, but it certainly is a nice touch that brings you into the world of Bioshock.
Summary: I had played Bioshock 2 before I played bioshock 1 and, that game was also incredibly fun:D. So of course i assumed that seeing how good Bioshock 2 was i was skeptical if Bioshock would be able to live up to the sequel. I was immediately sucked into this game(SPOILER ALERT) it didn't take the plane crashing into the middle of the ocean next to a mysterious lighthouse or the fact that you get to go inside a sub to an underwater city. Really it's the amazing story.