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DragonKiss83

Bioshock Infinite PAX East demo

By: DragonKiss83 Mar 13, 2011 | 6 Comments

Bioshock meets Bionic Commando

For the third game in the series it seems Irrational Games and 2K Games have decided that you would enjoy using a hook to ride rails and jump between them.  All I see is a tacky attempt to get you platforming.  Maybe it will be fun, but I just don't see it translating well in a FPS.  

Check it out for yourself.

You'll be playing through a city in the sky called Columbia in the year 1912.  You'll play as a former Pinkerton Agent who is rescuing a girl.  Meanwhile the city will be crashing to earch.  

The series has been a sci-fi shooter that has those creepy moments that are amplified by being in an out of this world environment and they don't look to dissapoint this time around.  So you can look forward to getting your hands on this sometime next year.  Meanwhile if you haven't played the first two you can pick them up dirt cheap all over the place.

Now don't be a Jimmy, let's hear what you have to say.  Did you like the other two?  Are you sick of FPS now?

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jalexbrown

Bioshock Review

By: jalexbrown Sep 19, 2009 | 6 Comments

My review of Bioshock for the Xbox 360!

After I finished playing Bioshock, I knew immediately that I'd played an amazing game. That feeling after finishing a game where the game just sticks with you, I felt that with Bioshock. It was an incredibly emotional game. The mystery of the world of Rapture sticks with you long after the game ends. And yet, frankly, at first I had a hard time summing what it was that made Bioshock so amazing. It really left me at a loss for words, and I had to postpone writing this review for several days so I could actually figure out what made the game so amazing.

For starters the atmosphere in Bioshock is amazing. And by atmosphere I mean more than visuals. Sure, the visuals are amazing (a bit on that in a minute), but the whole game's presentation is just immersive and amazing. I don't think I've ever felt so totally involved in a game before. The world of Rapture is just so intriguing and well conceived that, despite it's obvious sci-fi setting, it seems almost plausible. The world is well developed; it's as if the developers actually mapped out every square inch of Rapture. The problem with all of this is that, while the city of Rapture is presented as being this huge underwater world, you really feel confined to the small corridors and buildings the game lets you into. A breathtaking opening cinematic makes Rapture feel huge, but you'll quickly feel disappointed once you find out you're constrained to the path the developers put you on. With all the attention to detail in the world, it's a shame that they confined you so much.

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jalexbrown

2K Finally Gives Bioshock 2 a Release Date

By: jalexbrown Sep 18, 2009 | 4 Comments

Yep, the big game's sequel was given a release date earlier today.

Bioshock was a great game when it launched on the Xbox 360 and PC, and it was still great when it was released as a port on the PlayStation 3, but almost from the minute it came out fans were speculating a sequel.  Of course, 2K was glad to give in to the requests and announced that there would, in fact, be a sequel to the atmospheric shooter.  Well, today there's more information in the form of a solid release date.

According to a press release, 2K is committing on the release date of February 9, 2010.  This time around, the game is launching simultaneously on the Xbox 360, PC, and PlayStation 3.  As many fans are already aware, this time around you get to step into the boots of the iconic Bioshock nemesis, a Big Daddy.  The press release earlier this morning also confirmed that the sequel would contain a multiplayer component, which is something which split the fans of the first one; some thought it was needed, while others thought that the atmospheric touches would be lost in multiplayer.  While we can only assume that the multiplayer will be confined to online experiences, it hasn't been mentioned rather or not the multiplayer will be available via split-screen.  What we do know about the multiplayer component is that it will be a unique module as opposed to throwing two characters into the story designed for one.  Yes, that's right; there will be two stories in Bioshock 2, and the only way to experience both stories will be to play the game both solo and multiplayer.

February 9, 2010; mark it on your calendars.

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Bioshock for 5 bucks

By: BatRastered Sep 15, 2009 | 7 Comments

Would you kindly buy Bioshock for only $5 on direct2drive right now?

If you've never played Bioshock, and you own a PC, you owe it to yourself to hit up direct2drive right f'n now, Jimmy! 5 bucks gets you copy of one of the best games ever to hit the market.

There's a bunch of other games on sale there too, but Bioshock is undoubtedly the cream of the crop.

 
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