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2K Marin has released new screenshots of BioShock Infinite. Normally I'd say this was good news but the summer-like appearance of the shots is a bit depressing now that we're entering the fall.
Today 2K released the last downloadable content for BioShock 2. Minerva's Den adds a standalone single-player experience to the game.
Earlier this month, 2K Games announced BioShock 2's final DLC. Today they revealed when this "Minerva's Den" pack will be released.
2K Games revealed the first details on BioShock 2's next single-player downloadable content. "Minerva's Den" is currently in development for the PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.
Later this summer, BioShock 2 will be getting a single-player DLC pack. The Protector Trials add-on will make its debut on August 3rd and cost $5 (400 MS Points).
The new fact sheet from 2K Games reveals a tiny bit more about the game and what Xbox 360 and PC owners can expect from this reinvented title.
On Tuesday 2K Games will release the Rapture Metro Pack downloadable content for BioShock 2 for the PS3 and Xbox 360. It will be accompanied by two smaller pieces of multiplayer DLC.
The BioShock 2 Rapture Metro Pack will not be released through Xbox Live this week as planned. To sate you, new information about the pack was released.
Yesterday 2K Games announced that 2K Marin would be handling development of XCOM. However, the truth is slightly more complicated than you'd expect.
2K Games revealed today the oft-rumored reboot of the X-Com strategy series. XCOM is being developed for the Xbox 360 and PC.
The first downloadable content for BioShock 2 has arrived. Starting today, you can download the Sinclair Solutions Tester Pack for the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.
Tomorrow, you'll be able to use your mouse button in BioShock 2 multiplayer again. 2K Marin plans to release a new patch for the PC version of the game at 2 AM PST on Tuesday.
2K Marin has released the first patch for the PC version of BioShock 2. While it fixes a variety of issues, it also introduces a new one.
Today 2K Games sent out the launch trailer for their undersea shooter BioShock 2. Like the best trailer from the first BioShock, this one's almost entirely in the first-person perspective.
If you made a list of your favorite activities in BioShock, "parking your ass in front of a U-Invent machine and making items" probably wasn't on it. Fortunately, crafting won't make an appearance in BioShock 2.