Anybody who votes for "the Moon" is hereby exiled.
From the moon? You won't let us go there anyway...
Anyway... I vote inside a black hole. Or perhaps in a future where the human mind can be completely digitalized and now people download their consciousness and live forever inside a quantum supercomputer of some sort and the world can be whatever the fuck you want.
Or perhaps Australia.
The Amish use iphones now. One could conceivably still play games on ios. That is assuming you are in fact handing over these exiled individuals to the Amish as punishment. Maybe you just have the Amish murder them in there sleep. Actually, you know what would make an okay next Bioshock game? Crazy, murderous moon Amish!
I said on another thread that it should take place in a volcano or in space. Not sure though.
A space station is my answer. It'll be just like Bioshock where when you look out the window, it'd just be nothing everywhere. You're stuck on there. But would the lighthouse be on earth and teleport you to the station?
On a space station. It will be called BioShock: System.
Or System BioShock
I kind of hope they don't make another Bioshock. I think with Infinite they finish the nature of Bioshock as a franchise. Even though they also write in that there could be billions of these -shock games I think announcing that and making it so clear caps off that story-telling mechanic. It'll lose it's value if it is done again. I hope that their next game has a brand new take on story telling and story-telling mechanics.
Needs to be called System Shock 3.
I think we are done with the Bioshocks, although they have done a magnificent job of re-iterating the framework. How many times can you hammer the same nail? Though again dropping back to System Shock would be a sneaky way of doing it... And I suspect they will never completely abandon some core concepts.
It shouldn't take place at all. With Infinite Ken Levine could be done with the Bioshock franchise and that would be totally fine with me.
This wasn't meant to sound like a critique of Infinite, as I really liked it, but if he wanted to try something completely new I would be okay with that. I feel like I got everything I ever wanted from a Bioshock game out of Infinite. I don't need another one.
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I mean it all goes to shit because, Bioshock game, but come on.
Underground, and its all about Economy, 99% and all that.
You have 3 levels The workers live in the lower level, the upper class live in the upper level. And a mega tower sits in the middle, where your Andrew Ryan type sits above all.
And then i dont know in the end they reveal that they aren't on earth, or better yet, in this dimension Old Elizabath rules the surface, and there is a war between Old Elizabath on land and Rapture's Big Daddys (from Bioshocks ending ) from the sea.
interesting to see how many people are good with there not being another one. I can't see that happening seeing as it been built up into one of 2k's top brands outside of its sports frnachises.
2K is relatively a decent AAA publisher, they're not like EA or Ubi, they actually care about quality of their games rather than their quantity.
NatureShock. Rainforest. You are an environmentalist nature photographer. Alone in the jungle and desperate for survival you begin killing the endangered animals you intended to protect. Forgoing your vegan beliefs you devour the local fauna for plasmid/tonic like powers and lay waste to animals and lumber mill workers alike, a shadow of your former self but also so much more than you once were.
The real animal is man. Think about it.