Bioshock 2

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sandiegoborn32
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What are your thoughts about this sequel to the epic game, Bioshock? Was it worth the wait?

I personally love the fact that you now get to play as a Big Daddy.

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It was worth the wait for sure! Its an awesome game! I was waiting for this one for a long time, and I'm not disappointed.

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Obviously a great game, but be careful of your doing's cuz it effects your further gameplay and it's story.

Amazing game sob sob i finished it :(

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I got bogged down in the first Bioshock, and gave up on it. Maybe I'll reload and play it some more.

Would love to hear more thoughts on the new one, as I haven't read much about it. 

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This one is graphically better than the prequel and story wise it's almost same...

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I enjoyed both games equally. Although I had complaints about the second game.

- I felt that the difficulty curve started at 10 from the beginning and continue along that path. Constantly respawning without punishment, just to have to run back to an enemy to hit them because I was out of ammo was rather tedious.

- Big sister events had no lead up, which would lead to a rather difficult battle with no weaponry.