Writen by Hecticmaniac
Posted on October 12, 2007 at 09:39:51 pm
- Beautiful graphics.
- A great combination of FPS and RPG.
- Stunning gameplay.
- Original and interesting storyline
- Numerous ways to use every weapon.
- Great level design.
- Tons of way around obstacles.
- Very High replay value.
- No multiplayer.
- Sometimes the game has you looking around for ammo and supplies...
- ...otherwise, absolutely nothing!
People, drop everything your doing, stop the presses, and go buy a ticket. You are welcomed to the city of Rapture, you are welcomed to the world of Bioshock. One of the most anticipated games of 2007 has finally arrived and I have your review of Bioshock.
You are a guy that gets into a plane crash, eventually finding a light house that takes you to the city of madness. There, you discover that something has gone horribly wrong. You must find a way to escape this crazy city. Throughout the game you come across a lot of enemies, numerous weapons, and Plasmids. These bad boys can help you throughout the game. These powers range from electric, fire, etc. How you use them is up to you.
In order to buy weapons and upgrades, you need Bioshocks currency called ADAM. These help you buy stuff at venders, making you stronger and more powerful. To acquire more ADAM you can find them or hunt some Little Sisters. These little girls hold the ADAM you need to buy the stuff you need. You're only problem, they're protected by Big Daddys, which have bad attitude. What's there problem?
These guys can pop up at any time and can kill you if you're not careful. If you leave them alone, they'll leave you alone. However, if you want ADAM or have the urge to get at the Little Sisters, prepare to be in a world of hurt. These guys are heavily armored and have everything they need to kill you. If you manage to kill a Big Daddy, one give yourself a pat on the back, and two you have a choice to make. You can harvest on the Little Sisters for tons of ADAM or rescue the for little ADAM. Your choice affects the outcome of the game, making choosing really intresting.
There's a tons of way to play through Bioshock, you be craving for multiplayer. Unfortunaly, there isn't one. But hey, who needs multiplay when you already got a game with everything you wanted. So stop watching anime, quit complaining for a perfect game, and drop those other Japanese games. Your ultamite perfect game is right here, and there plently more where that came from!
Final Score: 5/5