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Even more than two years after its release, BioShock is still worth talking about. What's you favorite moment? How many Big Daddies did you take down without dying? What are you looking forward to the most about BioShock 2? Begin speculating here.
Put 'em out there... Mine was Pt. Prometheus.
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My favorite was Arcadia Forest. Such a nice change of pace from all the dilapidated hallways.
Yeah, I agree with that. Arcadia was a beautiful place to go through for once. It almost felt like a utopia of sorts... until some Houdini splicer started throwing fire balls at you and teleporting.
Arcadia Forest! It was a nice change of scenery. I also liked the "ghosts" that would show up there.
Sander Cohen's place. Gotta love those paper mache sculptures coming to life and scaring the living pants off of ya.
Sander Cohen's humble abode.
Gotta be Fort Frolic. So d*nm creepy. Also has the coolest recording there:
"And the iceman cometh, Sander baby. The iceman f*cking cometh."
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Fort Frolic was the best location in that game, and I hope they do another place that resembles it in Bioshock 2. Since the developers behind BS2 are also the designers of Fort Frolic, I have no doubts that they will put some kind of reference to it.
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I actually enjoyed the Medical Pavillion
I found it fairly creepy!!! With the blood all over the walls and the surgical quarter where the lights go out and that guy is right behind you!! That scared the crap out of me!! Until I beat him to death with my wrench!! :D
I did enjoy Fort Frolic alot too and I really like the designers of it making BioShock 2! Should be even creepier!!
I believe the place I'm describing is, in fact, in Fort Frolic. It's a weird room with a family sitting around a table and are turned to stone. One of the family member looks like a Little Sister. That was one of the more creepy parts of BioShock. Wait, what am I saying. The whole game was freaky!
Actually, I just realized my creepiest experience. It wasn't the family at the table. It's definitely the beginning where you walk next the door to the lighthouse and it's open just a few inches. It's all dark and when you walk in, the door closes behind you. I really thought something was going to jump out at me.
I would have to say the opening light house scene, it probably crept me out the most. Not only that, it pretty much set the tone for the whole game, giving it that creepy dystopian feel.
Fort Frolic was most fun for me just so elegant and cheerfull with a twisted since of humor
I agree with Sully. The opening was the place that set the tone for the game and certainly grabbed my attention.
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Hmmm, probably Arcadia.
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Oh, and Fort Frolic was cool too. I loved when "Dancers on a String" started playing when Cohen closes the bathysphere at the beginning. Gary Schymann is magic.