Reviews by Leander
Shockingly goodLeander | Feb. 10, 2014 | Review of BioShock® 2
Even at this day, Bioshock 2 is a worthy successor of the original Bioshock. I personally find it an improvement that you're able to use both your hands for a weapon and a plasmid at the same time. The end is also a lot more satisfying than the original bioshocks ending.
I've played Bioshock 2 on a Windows 8 PC. This isn't something I would recommend to do, since Bioshock 2 crashes frequently on W8 as well as on W8.1. It's a lot more stable on W7.
Bioshocks ambiance hasn't changed in the series. It's still as well creepy as beautiful, as well dangerous as restful. The sound isn't going to amaze you, but the screams of the big sisters and the moaning of the big daddies are timed well and really add something to your gameplay.
Overall I would give this game a rating of 9 out of 10. It's a classic one with a nice storyline and good graphics when you take it in respect to the date it was made in. The only 'really' disadvantage was that there appeared to be a non-OS-based bug which disabled me from using all my weapons - I was left with only a drill, hacking tool and a camera.