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  • Blog Post: BioShock- Best game I've played

    I have to state first of all that BioShock is my favorite game, and comes so close to perfect that I do not know why not to recommend it to everyone. I purchased it right when Infinite came out, and was not sure what to expect, but it has completely blown my mind. The unique gameplay would’ve been... More
  • Blog Post: BioShock- The best game I've played UPDATE: Best single player. I played Halo 4, multiplayer beats this

    I have to state first of all that BioShock is my favorite game (now only favorite single player, since I played Halo 4's multiplayer), and comes so close to perfect that I do not know why not to recommend it to everyone. I purchased it right when Infinite came out, and was not sure what to expect... More
  • Blog Post: BioShock User Review

    BioShock is (or was, really) a fresh injection into the currently over-the-top cliche shooter market. I've heard that this was a spiritual successor to System Shock 2, so don't get mad if I claim something was so good about BioShock and they got it from System Shock 2. I am too young to have... More
  • Blog Post: The Disturbing Charm of a Crumbling Society

    It has been several years since I first played the original Bioshock. Considering Infinite will be coming out soon, I started up the first to remind myself of just how talented the people at Irrational are. For some strange reason, I never bothered to write a review of the first Bioshock. However, writing... More
  • Blog Post: Bioshock Review: One Of The Greatest Games This Generation

    Bioshock is a game that is designed around the concept of changing the way stories in games are presented. While not ignoring gameplay, Bioshock creates a perfect blend of both story, gameplay and even being one of the first games to implement morality choices. It's no wonder why Bioshock is known... More
  • Blog Post: My Bioshock Review

    I honestly love everything about this game, except for i think that the graphics could be better. Like when splicers talk their mouths look nothing like they should when moving. Otherwise i love the plot and setings. The whole underwater word is just amazing. Sander Cohen is my favorite character along... More
  • Blog Post: A Ravaged Metropolis

    What is Bioshock? That's a question you have to ask yourself. Is it an FPS? It could be, it has some of the tightest shooting and aiming mechanics in the business. Is it an Adventure? It could be, it has one of the greatest storylines in gaming history. Is it a Horror? It could be, the mood and setting... More
  • Blog Post: Evolve Today! (Xbox 360 Version review)

    If you are reading this review, please note that I la break from love a good story. In fact, if you're taking a break from Halo or COD multiplayer right now, stop reading. Anyway... As you walk the halls of Rapture, it's hard not to go off the beaten path. If you explore every nook and cranny... More
  • Blog Post: Simply original and amazing

    I absolutely loved Bioshock. I was entranced in the underwater world of Rapture. The mentality of all the characters that are encountered is so dark and disturbing, though still perplexing. The whole game makes the mind wonder and think. The plot was awesome and I don't want to spoil for anyone who... More
  • Blog Post: My usual Good vs. Bad review (MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS! You have been warned)

    My usual Good vs. Bad review (MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS! You have been warned) Bioshock is a fantastic game! One of the best out there that is a must buy for anyone looking for a good time and great experience, why? Well here's the good vs bad review to help you see what this game has to offer! The Good... More
  • Blog Post: In the darkness of the Atlantic Ocean, lies a shining utopia.

    From the few hours you have been here, you know one thing: this man is evil. He willingly let a war between him and Fontaine tear apart his city, his utopia under the sea, built to keep away the constraints of the law from derailing his goals of creating the greatest city known to man. He kidnapped little... More
  • Blog Post: Brilliant Atmosphere, Mature Story-telling, Tight Gameplay, and Fashionably Late

    2K Game’s critically acclaimed Game of the Year from last year has finally hit the PS3, losing none of its revolutionary charm, and adding several new extras to keep gamers coming back for more. BioShock begins with a plane crash in the Atlantic Ocean. As you float around the wreckage in the first... More
  • Blog Post: Bioshock: A Dystopian Disappointment.

    This was written shortly after the release of Bioshock and has been posted to GameInformer. In late August, 2K Interactive released a long awaited title "Bioshock" for both PC and XBOX 360. The title would show to be rather successful upon launch as the demo was top ranked among other downloadable... More
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