Set in the Objectivist 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 city's resident great minds-turned-maddened anomalies and aid Atlas in his mission to overthrow the city's cruel ruler, Andrew Ryan.
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There are only a handful of games that I continue to revisit, and one of those many titles is Bioshock.
This game transcended the first person shooter genre. Although I know that the 2007 title is supposed to be System Shocks predecessor...I look at this objectively as its own template for games in the years that followed it.
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God if only it could've managed to keep the unnerving feeling and the difficulty of acquiring proper ammunition in the last third after Fontaine reveals himself, it could've been a masterpiece. The ambientation, storytelling through the tapes and level design are all top quality material though
Debo retomarlo pero, es muy interesante el nivel de personalizacion a las habilidades que puedes tener y como es que la atmosfera es increible, lastima que el sistema moral se vea reducido en matar o no matar, ojala no se hubieran ido por la audiencia de cod