BioShock Screenshots and Images - PS3

  • Publisher: Take Two
  • Genre:Action, RPG, Shooter
  • Developer: 2K Games
  • Release Date:Oct 21, 2008
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Blood and Gore,Drug Reference,Intense Violence,Sexual Themes,Strong Language)
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Game Description:Bioshock. It seemed like the perfect idea: build a city (Rapture) hidden underneath the sea and populate it with a hand-picked group of scientists, artists, and visionaries. But when the experience goes horribly wrong, it's up to you to descend into the murky depths and decide what will happen to the mutated and dying population (splicers). Genetically modify your body throughout the city and upgrade your weapons using ionic gels, plasmids, explosives, and poisons. Hack into computers to control this man-made world and give yourself an advantage over the enemy. Fight for your life - terrifying citizens lurk around every corner - and make your choices carefully, because each decision determines the outcome of the game.
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