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Combat balances tactics and outright chaos.
Excellent level design.
Rapture still looks good.
Improved gameplay mechanics.
Dual wielding weapons and Plasmids.
Visuals and Audio are superb.
Dual Wielding Plasmids FTW.
Gathering moments are intense.
Big Sisters are challenging.
Overall solid shooter.
Story doesn't quite live up to the original.
Underwater sequences could be better.
Multiplayer is a let down.
Novelty factor is lost by returning to Rapture
The initial awe of finding and exploring Rapture is gone.
The game looks rough at points.
By TechSpot on January 01, 2010
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By The Lobe and Mail on January 14, 2011
BioShock 2 Set in 1960 within the labyrinthine confines of Rapture, a dystopian city built miles beneath the Atlantic, the original BioShock fascinated millions with its surprisingly cerebral story. Largely informed by the writings of American...
By Game Observer on December 14, 2010
If youre looking for that rare variety of shooter that offers a good story underneath all the gunfire, and you can stomach some ugly glitches, definitely give Bioshock 2 a go. While no announcement has been made, DLC seems unlikely, so its...
By LanOC Reviews on April 21, 2010
The entire Bioshock series is a breath of fresh air into the first-person genre that's currently flooded with wartime settings. The campaign in Bioshock 2 is not only engaging, but builds upon a masterful storyline introduced and loved from the...
By Maximum PC on April 09, 2010
Not as shocking as the first game, but still a worthy sequel The first BioShock managed quite a feat: It was that rare game that both opened and closed the book on a strange, new environment. For the most part, it left very few questions unanswered,...
By HEXUS.net on March 25, 2010
As the sequel to BioShock, arguably the best single player first person shooter experience since Gordon Freeman hung up his HEV suit at the end of Half Life 2 and called it a day, Bioshock 2 has an awfully big pair of shoes to fill. Set ten years...
By ElectricPig.co.uk on March 23, 2010
Thanks to the increased online connectivity of modern consoles and the proliferation of high-speed broadband networks downloadable content is becoming a bigger and bigger deal these days. While many publishers use this system to create fresh...
By AsiaOne on March 08, 2010
THREE years ago, Bioshock was Digital Life's choice for Game of the Year.The good news is a second tour of the underwater city of Rapture is just as enriching, if not more dangerous, as before.Set eight years after the events of the first game,...
By Expert Reviews on March 06, 2010
An accomplished game, with solid mechanics, luscious locations and a new multiplayer mode, but it’s a conservative update that lacks the impact of the original....
By HEXUS.net on March 01, 2010
The following reviews are from members of our community here at HEXUS.gaming and are therefore the opinions of the individual writers, not necessarily the views of the HEXUS team. If you'd like to submit a user review, unedited, giving you the...
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