Bioshock sequel teaser trailer now showing
Best console game ever - part 2
A trailer for BioShock 2 has been discovered added on at the end of BioShock on the PS3, which began shipping across the Pond a week or so ago.
Bioshock for the PS3 was recently awarded 97% by PSM3 magazine, higher than GTA IV, which was given 96%.
Now circulating all over the web, the trailer video for the sequel to what many herald as the finest console game ever (debate it, we dare you) confirms the game's title as BioShock 2: Sea of Dreams.
The trailer features a Little Sister holding a makeshift-of-sorts Big Daddy toy, looking out over the sea. Other than that there's not much to see, sadly, though it's heavily rumoured that the second game is a prequel, and this trailer seems to support that speculation.
It seems logical to assume 2K will wait until next year to fully unveil the sequel, dodging the attention of all the awesome games coming out over the next weeks, including Gears of War 2 on 7 November and Resistance 2 on 28 November in the UK.
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I can't wait to play PS3 exclusive bioshock 2 and 3 and 4.
Its the bestest feeling putting that warm feeling into the disc drive and letting me play my exclusive games.
PS3 is much betters than silly 360 people. Up you.
CAN any game be the "best ever"?
I mean, the whole reason I keep gaming (and replaying old games for that matter) is that there are diverse experiences to be had. You can't really compare a FPS to an RPG...they offer the gamer completely different challenges and experience. You could compare within genres, but even that becomes less valid when you have a lot of "crossover" type games. Furthermore, everyone's tastes are different...I thought the story was interesting in Bioshock, but didn't care for the game because I don't care much for FPS gameplay. We're also looking at you, Clive Barker. On the other end of the spectrum, there's next to NO story in most good arcade style action games, but I've wasted more time playing Llamatron (PC Robotron clone) than I should ever admit in public. I love Fatal Frame for the story and the gameplay, but the first time I finished it, I shut it off when I was done, unlike Mario 64 where I kept playing for HOURS after finishing it.
My point? I really wish people writing about video games (or books, or movies, or music, or whatever) would stay away from such hyperbole. Nothing NEEDS to be the "best ever"...one can appreciate a wide variety of experiences.
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