The return to the underwater city of Rapture will be featured in Bioshock: The Collection, a remastered bundle of all the three games of the franchise for current generation consoles.
The trilogy that got over 9 out of 10 points in the most relevant review portals (like IGN, GameSpy, and GameSpot) is coming on September 13 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC, and the trailer is already out. PC gamers who already own the titles can get an upgrade for free.
People who don’t follow the game since its release could see it as normal, yet hardcore fans are getting hyped for the release of Bioshock’s remastered bundle. Bioshock 1 and 2 features the city beneath the sea and ruined paradise of the 50’s known as Rapture City.
The city was born as a dream to set man free from the chain of command. The character discovers the entrance –always signal by a lighthouse.
The gameplay becomes a narrative-driven first-person shooter set in a fantastical and gritty setting. Throughout your stay, you’ll learn and find now options for combats and many RPG elements that will improve your character over time to face the increasingly difficult task at hand.
In the first installment, the target is Andrew Ryan, the key to escape the city back to the surface. Not a typical villain, but a complex man in awe of his failed metropolis. A man obsessed with what makes a man who regularly ask the main protagonist an intriguing question:”Are you a man, or a slave? A man chooses, a slave obeys.”
As part of a straightforward game, one is left to wonder, and quickly we get to find out Ryan was right.
The game set a new standard for merging plot and action, and it became a flagship of the titles to come. While Bioshock 2 goes back to Rapture with another character with a different mission, Bioshock Infinite goes up to the clouds, to a floating city named Columbia with its intricate tale.
The franchise also characterizes itself by a rich, complex combat system. Each weapon presents a variety of ammunitions for varying effects. Then, there is a range of plasmids, genetic enhancements that allow the character launch magical attacks, as well as “tonics” and other improvements to beef up the hero.
All of it presented in a futuristic 50’s-go-wrong setting that can’t help to remind the Fallout series, made by Bethesda Game Studios.