reads ayn rand once
horrible gameplay. dont try it.
A gripping experience that had me legit scared at times.
gameplay ruim, história boa :)
Intense atmosphere, great gameplay and one of the best written stories and characters.
Pretty sure I blacked out all of the fetch quest padding and everything post-Andrew Ryan since 2007.
MORE LIKE BIOSHLOCK
The combat drags it down so much. It's aged like milk.
Story and world design are second to none but fuck if DOOM on a TI-84 has more engaging combat than this
yeah fuck you Ayn Rand and your dumb stupid objectivism.
what if.... capitalism bad?
What a journey, take you into the deep of the ocean to experience one of the most incredible Gameplays you could have.
This was one of the first games I ever played and it truly blew me away. With interesting and varied gameplay mechanics that give you more options in combat than many modern games do, and a story and depth that seems trivial now but was far beyond its years.
I've got to be honest, this game is overrated. Bioshock has one good twist and an interesting setting, but not a whole lot else. The gunplay is fine, the powers are fine, the broader story beyond that one twist is fine. It's just not really worth playing anymore.
Holds up surprisingly well in spite of how shallow the immersive sim elements are. Not a huge fan of the plot developments and how they're executed but the gameplay loop is satisfying enough to keep me going through this. We'll have to see about the sequels.
Running around with the wrench and the tonics that make you do extra damage and swing really fast? It slays.
I liked it
Dude. No. Dude. Think about it. Isn't it crazy how like - no - like - the guy in the game - he tells you what to do, right? And then you - you have to do it! Man! That's so wild. Video games, huh?
oh my god FUCK this
Excellent story and solid fps mechanics, been in my backlog queue for a long time and I felt it lived up to the hype from 14 years ago.
Absolutely not as clever or biting as it thinks it is. But hey I love immersive sims enough that even a half stripped down one is still fun. Rapture itself also does a lot of heavy lifting, though i could do without all the "Too many drugs made everyone crazy and evil!" stuff.
I came to this a little after the hype of the reveal and everyone talking about it. I think this colored my perception going in. It never could live up to the hype. It was extremely fun to play, and the setting still spooks me. I just wish I hadn't built up such high expectations going into it.
Loved the looting and level design of finding goodies, using Plasmids to overcome obstacles and discovering hidden pathways and storage locations. Absolutely hated the overall combat. I spoiled myself on the plot previously, so the twist had no affect on me unfortunately. I will say though that the character recordings left throughout the world were not all that interesting, save for a few, and felt samey as the game progressed.