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BioShock 2 - Xbox 360 Standard Edition

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Mature
4.1 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • ESRB Rating: Mature Mature
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B00267T9HK
  • Release Date: Feb. 9 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,434 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)
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Bioshock 2 is a great followup to the classic Bioshock. Everything you loved about Bioshock returns in Bioshock 2 and then some. This time around your character is one of the first Big Daddys and he's been awakened after a number of years and has a BLANK to settle.

Visuals: Amazing and immersive visuals with a wonderfully dark and campy sensibility to them. This time around you are not limited to moving around within te city but can explore some underwater areas around the city as well. It's a nice touch.

Audio: Set in the 1950's this time you get a brilliant soundtrack of the era to go along with the adventure. As with the first game the creative selection of music really adds to the whole gaming experience.

Fighting: If you have played the first game you will have no problem pickng up where you left off with Bioshock 2. This time around you can duel wield plasmids in one hand with firearms in the other. You have loads of new plasmids and firearms to experiment with. The environment is reasonable destructible so it encourages you to leave no stone unturned in your quest.

Game Modes: The game has truly taken a step forward with the addition of multiplayer online gaming modes. The previous version was single player only. Anyone familiar with Call of Duty will have no problem becoming familiar with the multiplayer gaming modes in Bioshock 2 which includes Survival of the Fittest (Free for all), Civil War (Team Dethmatch) and Capture the Sister (Capture the Flag). You get a number of player types to choose from and customize/build on for these modes and maps are from the single player mode of the game.

Story: A compelling story but not as great as the original.
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While a good game and very much in the Bioshock family, this games hacking mini game is boring, the item pickups through corpse looting and other added extras just don't add to the game in any meaningful way. They attempt to RPG an FPS but don't pull it off well. On the other hand, this is a fun addition to the Bioshock family which extends the story for the universe in a legitimate way, allowing you to learn more about the events that take place both before and after Bioshock. Playing a Big Daddy isn't quite as satisfying at i would have thought, but its still loads of fun.
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The Good:
- It's quite the atmospheric game. The art design and excellent sound effects draw you right into the world of Rapture. However creepy it may be, it's not very scary, allowing for a larger audience.
- Dual wielding plasmids and weapons is a success, making combat much smoother than the original game.
- Some neat moments in the game, leading to a good ending.
- The new hacking minigame is much less obtrusive than the old Pipe Dreams minigame.
- Multiplayer adds to value of the game.

The Bad:
- Feels more like an expansion pack than a full game. It just doesn't really provide anything new. As a result, Rapture doesn't quite have the mystery of the original game - you already know them by now.
- Defending the little sisters from waves after waves of enemies get old fast.
- It assumes you've played the first game and know everything about the game world (not necessarily that bad, since new players should play Bioshock 1 first anyway).
- The game is short, and the levels feel a little too same-y.

Overall:
Despite the sameness of the game, it is still very fun to play, and that's really all that matters. The story, while not as memorable as the first game, is not bad by any means. If you're new to the series, please play the original game first - not only will you familiarize yourself with the settings and learn the background, you'll spot some neat references to that in this game. If you have already played Bioshock before, I definitely recommend you trying this one out too. It's worth your time!
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I found it to be an alright game but I was actually wanting it to be finished as I got closer to the end. There are not as many different items to pick up in this one and things that were active in the first game appear to have been forgotten in this one and have just become background scenery. I know it takes place after the first one so the place has deteriorated more but in my opinion it deteriorated to the point the game was kind of "blah".
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great graphics and sound,i recomend to all ages, as good as bioshock 1, the added multiplayer was a bonus to extend the single player game
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Maybe the title of this review is wrong, I don't care, because that's what Bioshock 2 is, good not great. And of course the obligatory comparison of the 'original' Bioshock is what it all boils down to, and the argument is there too, Is Bioshock 2 as good or better than the original.

Simply put, Bioshock 2 is very good, and well executed on a technical sense. Graphics go without any noticeable hitches, maybe some slowdown in more intense battles which could be the game itself or it could be that my 360 is dying again, it could be either one. Rapture is still Rapture, the under-water city is back and a little more run down from the original forray into the city, but it's missing that one thing that the original really drove. Rapture was a new place and damn was it creepy. Bioshock 2's return to Rapture lacks that newness, sure the locations that are visited are different and done well, but that initial fear of the unknown is gone and also that tension that the original Bioshock is a little more diffused, but that could be just the character that is being controlled and the essential story.

Playing a Big Daddy, Delta, the original Big Daddy as you try to find the little girl that you're linked to. Apparently a Big Daddy is linked to a specific little girl, as long as the little girl is alive so is the Big Daddy. The whole Big Daddy thing is pretty good, adopting the little girls as you go, basically becomes the way you power up in the game. The little girls collect Adam, and you as the Big Daddy have to protect the little girl from the Splicers as she collects, the fight to defend her is a good set piece, you have to use the trap rivets, and whatever security is around that you can hack and re-purpose.
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