Explore Rapture's enigmatic technology centre, Minerva's Den, in an adventure that takes you to the core of The Thinker, the supercomputer that controls every system in the city. Unravel the mysterious past of its inventor and the tragic secrets concealed by the all-knowing machine he created.Read full description
Minerva's Den DLC requires BioShock 2 version 1.3. Please see this FAQ for more details.
It knows: The greatest mind in Rapture needs you.
Explore Rapture's enigmatic technology centre, Minerva's Den, in an adventure that takes you to the core of The Thinker, the supercomputer that controls every system in the city. Unravel the mysterious past of its inventor and the tragic secrets concealed by the all-knowing machine he created.
Play as a Big Daddy, Subject Sigma, in this self-contained story set in the doomed underwater city of Rapture.
Face off against Fiery Brute and Wintry Houdini splicers as well as the Lancer, the most advanced Big Daddy ever produced by Rapture's genetic engineers.
Expand your combat abilities with the chaotic Gravity Well Plasmid and the experimental Ion Laser gun.
Scour every corner of Minerva's Den for hidden diary entries that reveal The Thinker's story...
Like BioShock 1, BioShock 2 also comes with two expansion packs. Protector Trials is a mission that which you must defend the Little Sisters against the waves of enemies and in Minerva's Den, which is the first story-based dlc in bioshock series , you are in the role of one of the Big Daddies in the world of BioShock and head to the undiscovered parts of the underwater Rapture city.
What I found most enjoyable about the first Bioshock game was the storytelling and atmosphere. I had hoped to experience the joy of exploring through Rapture again with the sequel, but was disappointed at the boring plotline. I felt that Bioshock 2 had improved the gameplay mechanics of the original, but everything else was worse off. Minerva's Den, however, has the best of both games. As its DLC, It has the improved gameplay mechanics of the second game but also has an interesting plot that I found to be comparable to the first in terms of quality. The length of the DLC is also as long as it needed to be to tell the story - it didn't feel dragged out at all. I would recommend Minerva's Den to anyone who enjoyed the first Bioshock game.
Minerva es perfecto para cualquier persona en busca de contenido extra para un jugador de Bioshock 2. S? que lo hice porque el final de Bioshock 2 me dej? con ganas de m?s juego. B?sicamente, Den de Minerva se trata de tratar la enfermedad de ADAM. Todo el DLC Me tom? cerca de dos horas en completarse, pero fue muy divertido debido a lo diferente que era del juego base. Por ejemplo, muchas de las armas que puede recoger se actualizan de forma diferente. Ya no es autom?ticamente actualizado armas a c?mo se les actualiz?.
la camara, o no se que es que me duele la vista y me marea bastante, aunque es bueno pero no lo recomiendo tanto
While of average length for a DLC, Minerva's Den is notable because it takes the best parts of Bioshock 2 (and even Bioshock 1 in some regards) and blends them together in a wonderful fashion. If you were left wanting for more at the end of the main game or felt that Rapture needed a new, different story and a more innovative design, this DLC will be right up your alley. The storyline is excellent, more than living up to the Bioshock standard and has actually a good ending for a citizen of Rapture (I won't give out anymore than this, since I highly recommend you play this for yourself), the gameplay is mostly the same as in the main game, but feels more polished (there's a few new enemies, guns and abilities) and the antagonist is reminiscent of the first game's villains. This is one of the best DLC I've ever played and I wholeheartedly recommend it to anyone.
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