BioShock User Reviews
Bioshock one of the many games in the market that can wield proudly the title of Love it or Hate it for many reasons, be it it's story, controls, characters, it's a real base breaker.
The game is an interesting experience mixing First person shooter with elements with RPG , action and horror elements, i affirm this because of how the gameplay operates, Raputre is a massive city, you are able to explore a good chunk of it while you try to reach your objective but it instills a sense of paranoia as you never know when a splicer will try to kill you, not only that but you might also never know ...
A shooter friendly game to begin with, a seasoned shooter will fit well into the game, as well as a beginner new to First Person Shooters.
Excellent graphics, a large arsenal weapons and useful plasmids, and a wide range of enemies waiting to bring you to your end. Couldn't ask for more in a game like this.
Apart from the occasional glitch, and I do mean occasional, there isn't much you could take from this game. In fact there isn't any other qualms I have with Bioshock.Summary:
If you are looking for a game to get you hooked, and keep you hooked then this is the game for you. Bioshock takes you to Rapture, a city built on the bottom of the ocean. Like living in another world, Rapture has many secrets, many which the residents would rather keep secret. Andrew Ryan, the founder of Rapture, offers a surreal life under the oceans, away from the wars and oppressive leaders above.
Amongst his greatest creation, he also created ADAM, a type of plasma, able to give the user a profound ability to conjure elements to use at your disposal. Imagine setting fire to an oil spill...
So yeah, this is the fabled Bioshock, the holder of many 8s, 9s and even 10s. Playing through this when it was first released, my thoughts ranged from "what, this is it?" to "*bleep* this is shit", and those still ring true even four years later, because to tell you the truth, this game is terrible. Not in the Action 52/Venetica sense, but more because it's so *bleep*ing bland and boring that it's not even at all worth playing. The problem is that Bioshock has its priorities all mixed up! Whereas other first person shooters don't have much of a story, Bioshock is all about the story. At the...
BioShock is a game that has received a lot of praise since initial release. It won GOTY from Spike and has constantly scored 9 or higher in reviews. Yet as I played the game there was only one thing I could think of: why? Don’t get me wrong, it’s not a bad game. Conceptually and graphically it’s quite a good game; it’s just how it plays that’s the issue.
One of the things that do carry the game is the plot, which is well thought out and detailed enough to keep your interest. It’s all action from the start as you (Jack) survive a plane crash in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean only to find sa...
-absolutely incredible storyline
-weapons are realistic and creative
-plasmids are like no other
-great replay value
-a few AI problems here and there
Ah, I remember the first time I saw the Bioshock Teaser. Now more than two years ago, it showed an absolutely creepy game with all the basics a horror game needed. It had little girls, A huge beast with a drill-screw for a hand, and even some good old fashioned shotgun action. Me being a PS3 owner, I had to wait 3 years instead of 2 for this masterpiece to come out. The game was worth the wait. On October 21, 2008 I was introduced to the exciting world of rapture.
You start out on a mysterious plane, not sure of your destination, when suddenly it crashes out in the middle of the Atlantic. ...
Heavy and Violent battles
Fair Storyline, it's an FPS after all
No multiplayer options...
This game is a First Person Shooter(FPS) set in an underwater world in the 1960's. The game starts off with a plane crash near a rather strangely placed tower in the middle of the sea. Entering the tower leads to a submerging bell that leads the player into an under water world and having a small movie shown to them by the creator of the said city.
The player soon finds themself in Raptor, an underwater world. The designs are rather Art Deco and most of the weaponry in the game reflects the era tho some are of a slightly more recent tone. You can also buy ammo and health kits from various ve...
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