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Bioshock 2 £20.93 @ The Hut [PS3 Games]

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

Bioshock 2 £20.93 @ The Hut [PS3 Games]

With The Hut's voucher code bonanza extending over the Easter weekend, there are a few deals that have sprung to our attention taking these temporary savings into account, and one of them involves 2K Marin's return to rapture.

By entering the BANK2 code at the checkout, PS3 owners will be glad to find that they can knock a couple of quid off of the listed price and snaffle up a copy of the game for just £20.93, saving you over £2 on the closest price.

Remember to enter BANK2 at the checkout to get it at this price!

So what do you need to know about Bioshock 2? Well, the first thing is that no, of course it's not quite as good as the first game. The emotional impact, the freshness of Rapture itself, the gripping story full of twists and turns, these are all absent. Whereas the previous title could boast about being one of the most unique, fascinating games of the past decade, this sequel, by very definition, fails to meet those lofty demands.

It solves this issue by playing like a dream, though. The gunplay is smoother and slicker than ever and you can now (thank God!) dual-wield both weapons and plasmids. It's a rather more difficult game in many ways, with improved AI, a real-time hacking system and a new formidable foe in the form of the spindly, spiky Big Sisters.

Rapture is just as you might remember it, and it's good to be back, even if the moral cesspool that is this underwater dystopia isn't quite as striking a second time around, it still proves to be one of the finest game worlds around today. Rapture is the star of the show really, Bioshock was never about any one character really, and with that in mind, this sequel suddenly makes a lot of sense. Like Liberty City, Rapture is a living breathing space that begs for more stories of its grimier corners to be told.

The multiplayer takes several cues from Modern Warfare 2 and serves up an incredibly entertaining serving of FPS mayhem with an experience points system that Infinity Ward would be proud of.

Thanks to michael mcnally at HUKD

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