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Genre: Adventure, Role-playing (RPG), Shooter

Platforms: Mac, iOS, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC (Microsoft Windows)

Set in the underwater dystopia of Rapture in the '60's, Bioshock is a first-person shooter with the premise of arming and genetically modifying yourself in order to survive against the maddened anomalies of the city: Splicers, Big Daddies and Little Sisters. Featuring a philosophical narrative, Bioshock takes place during a civil war and questions the player's morality in order to determine the outcome.

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2 reviews

Alright 80%

This is a really cool game, the story is awesome like the ability
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32 reviews

Alright 80%

Very interesting game. Nice story, interesting fight stuff, though Big Daddy's very pain in the butt.

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10 reviews

Great 100%

Boy oh boy is this game really something. The atmosphere is brilliant, it just sucks you into the world that exists in this game and makes you feel like you are in Rapture walking the damp halls. The story also just drags you in and makes you invested to see what happens to Rapture, your character, and the villains/side characters in the game. The great thing this game does is to make you feel like a newborn at the beginning and then like a god/m... Read More


BioShock takes place in 1960 in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, where Jack, sole survivor of a plane crash, discovers the entrance to the recluse underwater city of Rapture, at the end of a civil war which left most of this utopia in disrepair. Finding himself in an alien world, he has no choice but to fight for his survival against the Splicers, degenerated citizens addicted to the genetic material known as ADAM, and all the traps laid down by the city's visionary founder, Andrew Ryan. His only help lies in Atlas, a revolutionary man seeking to escape safely to the surface with his family.