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"BioShock is the ultimate rarity: not only does it live up to its lofty promise, but exceeds it through simple, old fashioned talent and imagination - not to mention verve, style,class, wit, and sheer bloody-minded ambition." - Eurogamer
"BioShock's real strengths are as a compelling work of interactive fiction, and as a unique ride through a warped world with some great payoff built into its mysterious plot." - Gamespot
Welcome to Rapture!
BioShock - a first person shooter experience unlike any other, played out in Rapture, an immense underwater utopia torn apart by a genetic civil war. Explore a deadly but incredible art deco world filled with formidable technology and fascinating characters. You'll have a complete arsenal at your disposal, from simple revolvers to rocket launchers and flamethrowers. Challenge the constraints of nature by genetically modifying your DNA with injected PLASMIDS and embrace super human powers.
Biologically modify your body: send electric bolts storming from your fingertips or unleash a swarm of killer hornets hatched from the veins in your arms.
Hack devices and systems, upgrade your weapons and craft new ammo variants.
Turn everything into a weapon: the environment, your body, fire and water, and even your worse enemies.
One of the Best Storylines in Gaming Historycedarson | April 13, 2014 | See all cedarson's reviews »
I never really got into Bioshock when it first came out. Later last year, I ended up getting Bioshock Infinite in a bundle just because I really wanted the other game at a great price. So, one night I decided to give Infinite a go, and I was sucked into the universe from there. Bioshock is a classic in modern gaming. Rarely have I played a game that drew me in and kept me in such immersion as the storyline and gameplay of Bioshock. It is a rare treat to play a game such as this. Highly, highly, highly recommended.
Welcome to RapturePr0SparUs | April 10, 2014 | See all Pr0SparUs's reviews »
A nitty gritty, beautifully wretched, dark and wonderfully creepy experience. This game will withstand the test of time and continue to produce an increasingly large following as the years go by, and more people get the opportunity to experience this game.
The game places melee weapons, plasmids [a magic-esque mechanic], and ranged weapons to progress through the world of rapture, eliminating the lost inhabitants there within, in order to find out exactly who you are, where you are from, and how the heck you ended up in Rapture in the first place?
This game is absolutely fantastic in every regard, and needs to be at the top of your list for games to play (if you haven't already).
Well I guess this concludes my review, so I guess I'll end it with one simple question: Would you kindly go and pick up a copy of this game?
Intense atmosphereTheTanko | Feb. 15, 2014 | See all TheTanko's reviews »
This game has by far the most captivating atmosphere. The game takes place in a utopia-turned-dystopia named Rapture, filled with crazies all over the place and the iconic Big Daddies. Basic premise: run around, try to find a way out, don't die. Along the way, don't curl up in a corner in cry; seriously, the intensity of the atmosphere can get overwhelming at times. The gameplay is varied and challenging, the atmosphere intense, and overall presents a very compelling story in which you must make choices you'd rather not as you witness the same choices being made by others. It's a game designed to make you think, and you will spend a lot of time away from the game thinking about all the things you see and do. It's one creepy game, but more than worth it.
Awesome gameclstrife16 | Feb. 11, 2014 | See all clstrife16's reviews »
This game is a little slow to start but if you give it about an hour or so it will have you hooked. It is very reminiscent of the old System Shock games which I loved. It can be a little jarring at first the way the enemies come rushing at you trying to bash your skull in but that makes it all the more exciting. The environment can be very creepy and amazing at the same time. If I were to give you one suggestion it would be to try and find all of the recordings to learn as much about the world of Rapture as you can. You will not be disappointed.
A classic game that still holds up.pyjamasbox | Feb. 10, 2014 | See all pyjamasbox's reviews »
Apart of one of the greatest recent years in gaming (2007), Bioshock is a killer horror-esque classic set in an underwater city in the early 1900's. While it's a bit aged at this point, the 2007 classic still holds up well enough from a visual and atmospheric standpoint. You can expect perfectly executed puzzle, exploration, and intense first person action oriented gameplay that is complemented by an incredible twisty-turny style story. If you've never experienced BioShock before, i suggest you do so immediately.