theamericanace's BioShock 2 (Xbox 360) review

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While the atmosphere is both thrilling and scary, I loved to play Bioshock 2 over Bioshock. This game had more variety in terms of plamids and tonics, some new weapons, and a lot of places to explore. The only thing i kind of dislike is the repetitiveness in where you finish one goal on a level, then another goal takes its place right after when you think you're done with that level. Also towards the end of the game, is where your character gets to unleash its full fury with new powers in which i didn't like. Overall this was a great game with a good storyline, great graphics, and the multiplayer has the  occasional lag, but plays fine otherwise. 

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