Bioshock 2

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  1. Lefthanded

    Lefthanded Gentlemen of Leisure

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    ive been waiting for this since the end of bioshock
    the only game im waiting for
    the trailer looks kind of weird but omg i need this game
    bioshock was sick
     
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    I'm curious as to what the story will be like.
    Is it a return to rapture? Or does it take place in a new place.

    If it's a return then I wonder how far down the line it is. So many questions left unanswered!

    Definitely a game to look forward to :D.
     
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    Argh. I desperately need to finish the first one. I'm about half way done.
     
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    Looks Cool. From what I can see in the preview that must be a grown up little sister? also the " Sea of Dreams" part is seriously unnecessary. Just Bioshock 2 would've done justice.
     
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    I suspect it will be back in Rapture, there's a huuuuuuge storyline there so.
     
  7. I loved Bioshock, just as much as most people did, and I can't wait for Bioshock 2. That trailer left so many questions and I can't wait for them to be answered!
     
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    cool, i still haven't play the first one though, but the game looks sweet
     
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    Twas an amazing game, such a sci-fi setting yet still managed to be sufficiently scary in parts.
    Can't wait.
     
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    Bio1 is so fun to play in the dark. Parts where you will check every inch of a room for a splicer, then go for the item on the desk, turn around and one will be standing right behind you. Or the statues that disappear, creepy! All survival horror's are going to be measured to bioshock from now on, Dead Space has already been hit with it.
     
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    currently playing Bioshock in the dark as it makes the game soo much better imo than in the light. Its a very good game so far even though i havent got far on it so far only seen 3 Big Daddies so far.. harvested 1 sister and freed 2.

    If thats a sister then that looks awesome im gonna have to get that trailer up on my PS3 version and take a closer look.
     
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    The first big daddy in Med Pavilion is scary as hell. Especially when it first charges you. I remember I ran around one of those stand-alone walls the first time I faced it, to get behind it, I didn't see it, turned around and it was about a centimeter from me.
     
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    i set him on fire lol ,as well as battering him with the wrench and armour piercing bullets
     
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    I love the wrench!

    That first Big Daddy was extremely scary, I had no idea what I was doing :P. I think I died a few times before catching on haha.
     
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    itll prolly be sick
     

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