Got it for xcom glad it came with x tra two games.
Call me KID, Amazon
2 November 2014
Summary: I got it for xcom which I'm finding out is really really hard once you get up a few levels, kind of kills the fun having to be so careful, secret is save a lot before going out on missions so you can retry if you die. Borderlands I owned before and is a great ole game if you like it, so now since my old disc was damaged when I got it I have it again.
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.