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We still may not know much about Ken Levine’s next game but, following a livestream Monday evening, we at least now know what recent games have influenced the father of Bioshock’s next creation.
After BioShock: Infinite the series has been dormant ever since. The game created a lot of discussion and was somewhat controversial for groups, but that hasn't stopped it from being a top priority at Take-Two Interactive, according to CEO Strauss Zelnick.
A year after BioShock was released on iOS, 2K Games has removed the shooter from the App Store.
In gaming, stories and character development are usually afterthoughts but in some games they stand at the forefront of what we remember about the game. That's why this list is about some of the more shocking twists in some of our favorite titles.
The first meaningful pieces of information about Ken Levine's next game are finally being revealed. But the man behind BioShock is still keeping plenty of secrets for himself.
BioShock is going mobile. 2K Games revealed today that they're bringing the 2007 shooter to iPad and iPhone this summer.
2K Games is offering several of its games at a serious discount now. The Humble 2K Bundle includes BioShock Infinite and Spec Ops: The Line among others.
Like with any good film, the soundtrack to a video game has the ability to elevate the player’s experience to a whole new level, making epic moment all the more exciting and adding an extra kick to emotional scenes. rePLAY: Symphony of Heroes is a celebration of that music, a concert series soon to kick off in the US this year.
2K Games and Irrational Games have released a new trailer to promote the pre-order content for BioShock: Infinite. The trailer is short and sweet and introduces gamers to more than just the pre-order goodies, as there are also some colorful violence and delectably intense action sequences on display as well.
If you've never played BioShock before, now's your chance to get caught up on the series. Today 2K Games released the BioShock Ultimate Rapture Edition to stores through North America for the Xbox 360 and PS3.
Before BioShock Infinite hits stores, 2K Games will re-release the first two games in the series. The BioShock Ultimate Rapture Edition is a Xbox 360 and PS3 bundle featuring BioShock, BioShock 2 and numerous extras.
This week's batch of releases on the PlayStation Network should come as a pleasant surprise for FPS fans with a little something old and a little something new. The original and brilliant Bioshock hits virtual shelves alongside the not-as-original Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
BioShock, upon release, was one of the best-looking games around. The team at 2K Boston managed to do some impressive things with Unreal Engine 3. However, imagine how much better it would've looked with Crytek's new CryEngine 3 technology.
If you're a newcomer to the BioShock series, you may soon get an opportunity to catch up on the older games without spending much money. The British Board of Film Classification is now listing a compilation called the BioShock Ultimate Rapture Edition.
Even though BioShock Infinite isn't due out until this fall for home consoles and PC, Irrational Games has been seeping out new information and media for the first-person shooter on a regular basis. The latest bit of media is a brief trailer for the ghostly apparition known as The Siren.