released on Aug 21, 2007

BioShock is a horror-themed first-person shooter set in a steampunk underwater dystopia. The player is urged to turn everything into a weapon: biologically modifying their own body with Plasmids, hacking devices and systems, upgrading their weapons, crafting new ammo variants, and experimenting with different battle techniques are all possible. The game is described by the developers as a spiritual successor to their previous PC title System Shock 2. BioShock received high praise in critical reviews for its atmospheric audio and visual quality, absorbing and original plot and its unique gaming experience.

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I remember playing this game and loving it, but forgot virtually everything about it except that the electric plasmid + wrench to the head allowed to oneshot kill 90% of the enemies in the game.
I guess I should play it again.

Another one I played years ago, but bloody hell it still sticks. The Sixth Sense of videogames.

Nothing left to say. An astonishing world detailed to an incredible degree, and the gunplay's good too.

The first time a story driven game really wow'ed me.
The atmosphere in this game is unparalelled, with some genuinely shocking, eerie and horrifying moments along the way.
The twist is brilliant and I know the boss battle is crap at the end but the rest of the game is just that good it doesn't even register in my mind.