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Discussion in 'Video Games' started by Finnegan2win, Apr 6, 2013.
its kicking back up for me now....
I played it for about an hour or so.
Beautiful game, I think I'm enjoying the characters, scenery and story much more than the actual gameplay.
Run away religious nationalism is fun stuff.
It is weak for a FPS.
I hope they eventually give me a reasonable explanation for how this city is floating. It is really bothering me.
a wizard did it
You find some audiologs explaining how.it happens
Well, even Elizabeth tells you towards the end if you don't find the diaries.
Sometime soon I'm going to begin my 1999 playthrough.. I fully expect to be on the verge of throwing my controller, even on Normal some parts were pretty tough. That shield is not strong enough for sh*t. Handymen are going to be retarded..
I'm debating playing it again as I got kinda bores the first time. The atmosphere of BI just wasn't as great Rapture in BS1
You always knew you were underwater in Rapture. If you are not outside with a good view, its just like any landscape.
I keep forgetting how terribly sad these games are, once again the ending has made it worth $60.
I'm not really big on FPS's and I felt the same way with Bioshock and.......
I really thought they were going to dwell on the slavery/religious thing more than they did. I mean they did with the religion, but that tied in well in the end. Songbird wasn't as big of a part as I expected. Vigors seemed kind of put in, and not really a part of the game like previous games.