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Bioshock 2 £16.15 @ The Hut [PS3/X360 Games]

Matt Gardner
Bioshock, First person shooter, FPS games, Games deals, PS3 games, Xbox 360 games
Bioshock | Playstation 3 | Xbox 360

Bioshock 2 £16.15 @ The Hut [PS3/X360 Games]

More goodness from The Hut. Thanks to their 10GAMES voucher code, which we highlighted yesterday, you're able to knock 10% off of any in stock game's price. Unfortunately, they've hooked their prices up for a lot of the games, but there are still a fee bargains to be found, including a couple for Bioshock 2.

With the code activated, The Hut's price for the console versions of the game gets kicked down to £16.15, saving you well over a quid on the nearest price at Coolshop.

NB. Remember to use the code 10GAMES to get it at this price.

You can check out my full review here but, failing that, here's a quick summary. Bioshock 2 is set ten years after the original game, and Rapture is a much changed place. Collectivist new leader Sofia Lamb is ruling the diseased underwater utopia with an iron fist through the spindly and sadistic Big Sisters and you play 'Subject Delta', a prototype Big Daddy who's woken up with a decade of amnesia and one misplaced Little Sister. Whilst on your mission to locate your estranged ADAM harvesting counterpart, you end up becoming embroiled in the murky politics of the city, and end up having to overthrow Lamb.

Once again striking a fine balance between quality first-person action and plasmid tinkering, Bioshock 2 proves a joyous success. Actually, joyous is probably the wrong word, as Rapture (ironically) is no place for a child. Just like its predecessor, this is a mature game with thought provoking themes and one of the most charismatic, curious and deeply conscientiously flawed gaming locales in Rapture.

Bioshock 2 is not as interesting or as immersive as its parent, but then few games are. It is, however, boostedby some brilliant action and solid multiplayer, and the very nature of Rapture itself. It's good to be back.

Thanks to [email protected] at HUKD

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