BioShock 2

BioShock 2
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BioShock 2 (2010)

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Eight years after the events of BioShock, the first prototype of the Big Daddies, Subject Delta, has been awakened by the Little Sister tied to him: Eleanor Lamb. Learning that he will enter a state of coma if he does not fulfil his natural connection to Eleanor, Delta fights his way through Rapture to find Eleanor and save her from her mother, Sophia Lamb, who is using the Little Sisters of Rapture to her own philosophical ends.

In this sequel to BioShock, players take the unique role of the first Big Daddy himself, Delta and struggle with both survival, exploration and the moral challenges that lie ahead as he fights to be reunited with Eleanor and save the Little Sisters from Sophia Lamb.

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Kyle Ellis 2 years 1 month ago

Warning: Spoilers To say that this game is similar to the first one and that it lacks the presence and awe of the previous title is to disservice the game since it is obviously very different in terms of tone and the story is more personal than the previous installment. The story takes place 10 years after the first one well after Ryan is dead and his citizens are tired of his philosophy of the self who they easily sway into the opposite view of Lamb which is one of unity sacrificing the self like communism and the protagonist is a previous outsider of Rapture who got turned into a Big Daddy and his mission is to unite with his little sister who turns out to be Lamb's daughter. The idea of a unionized family of Splicers changes the game-play to a more challenging aspect since every single Splicer teams up against you instead of the every one for himself from the first game. The game-play itself is faster paced from the upgradeable plasmids, faster hacking and dual weapon and plasmid combination. I like the fact that the villains Grace, Stanley, and Alex Gill are ambiguous when it comes to the scenes where Delta has every reason to kill them, especially Alex Gill, but mercy is a central theme since it will shape Eleanor's character at the end. Definitely buy this game!

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