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what is bioshock

by marioziehm

what is bioshock
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14 September 2017 01:53
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the only thing i know it all takes place in a underwater city called rapture and the man who made it is into gene splicing i think


it's the fps for smart people.
we know about the same amount of stuff, it looks cool though.
by lunageek520, 14 September 2017 01:59
what ?
by marioziehm, 14 September 2017 02:02
i can't make you understand.
not without ilegal druhs...
by lunageek520, 14 September 2017 02:04
uh huh welp that dint help me at all |=T
by marioziehm, 14 September 2017 02:15
yeah, I don't know much about it.
by lunageek520, 14 September 2017 20:52
i know about it
by theloganberrypiq, 15 September 2017 01:55
youre a guy who surviuves a plane crash and ends up in an underwater city where everyones gone kooky and has superpowers and you gotta escape
by theloganberrypiq, 15 September 2017 01:56
youre basically fighting superpowered zombies and giant men with drill hands
by theloganberrypiq, 15 September 2017 01:56
No its your a Guy who crash lands a plane into the ocean and in the wreckage you see a large tower so you decide to explore and you see a large statue with the name raptor above you go down some stairs and you see a submarine and a lever you pull the lever and your in the underwater city where lead where there is no god or government just lead scientists and the top engineers and inventors but then something goes horribly wrong a scientist made something called atom which can enhance your natural abilities so people started to crave to be the best genetically engineered so much so they started to murder for atom your submarine arrives with one of those drug craved fools killing someone and then they see you and try to get inside but cant so they wander off you then finally decide to head up another set off stairs and one of the drug craved fools push a bookcase or whatever down the stairs then you fight some of them after getting a wrench, once you have beaten them you see some windows and a set of stairs but this time its diffrent you see some vending machine at the top you go to it and its called shock jockey and you decide to drink it and you get electrical powers which can be upgraded you stumble backwards with the new power flowing through your body you accidentally hit the staircase your unconscious a giant man called Big Daddy in a 1950's style submarine armor with a giant drill on his shows up with a Little Sister which collect atom so they both can survive its like the big daddy is a bodyguard to the little sister and you can later decide to save them or harvest their atom Please Save them would you kindly.
by ZeRoyalDude, 15 September 2017 13:31
By the way you get a ton of cool powers but I dont think you could handle hard mode it is extremely and if your up for a real challenge try bioshock 2 on hard
by ZeRoyalDude, 15 September 2017 13:34
"would you kindly"

i remember that frase
by marioziehm, 16 September 2017 16:50
Do you now?
by ZeRoyalDude, 17 September 2017 23:41
kind of
by marioziehm, 18 September 2017 00:45
by ZeRoyalDude, 19 September 2017 00:04
by marioziehm, 19 September 2017 03:21
by theloganberrypiq, 19 September 2017 03:29
by lunageek520, 19 September 2017 12:28
by theloganberrypiq, 20 September 2017 01:53
by lunageek520, 20 September 2017 01:55
by theloganberrypiq, 20 September 2017 01:55
by lunageek520, 20 September 2017 01:56
aaahhhh *kiks him in the nuts*

thats for not getting me that art kit when i was younger
by marioziehm, 20 September 2017 02:15
BioShock is a first-person shooter video game developed by 2K Boston (later Irrational Games) and 2K Australia, and published by 2K Games.[4][5] The game was released for Microsoft Windows and Xbox 360 platforms in August 2007; a PlayStation 3 port by Irrational, 2K Marin, 2K Australia and Digital Extremes was released in October 2008, and an OS X port by Feral Interactive in October 2009. A mobile version was developed by IG Fun.[6] The game's concept was developed by Irrational's creative lead, Ken Levine, and was based on the ideas of Objectivism as promulgated by Ayn Rand, while incorporating influences from other authors such as George Orwell. The game is considered a spiritual successor to the System Shock series, on which many of Irrational's team including Levine had worked previously.[7][8]

BioShock is set in 1960. The player guides the protagonist, Jack, after his airplane crashes in the ocean near the bathysphere terminus that leads to the underwater city of Rapture. Built by the business magnate Andrew Ryan, the city was intended to be an isolated utopia, but the discovery of ADAM, a genetic material which can be used to grant superhuman powers, initiated the city's turbulent decline. Jack tries to find a way to escape, fighting through hordes of ADAM-obsessed enemies, and the iconic, deadly Big Daddies, while engaging with the few sane humans that remain and eventually learning of Rapture's past. The player, as Jack, is able to defeat foes in a number of ways by using weapons, utilizing plasmids that give unique powers, and by turning Rapture's own defenses against them. BioShock includes elements of role-playing games, giving the player different approaches in engaging enemies such as by stealth, as well as moral choices of saving or killing characters; additionally, the game and biopunk theme borrow concepts from the survival horror genre.

BioShock received critical acclaim and was particularly praised by critics for its morality-based storyline, immersive environments, and its unique setting, and is considered to be one of the greatest video games of all time and a demonstration of video game as an art form. It received several Game of the Year awards from different media outlets, including from BAFTA,[9] Game Informer,[10] Spike TV,[11] and X-Play.[12] Since its release a direct sequel has been released, BioShock 2 by 2K Marin, as well as a third game titled BioShock Infinite by Irrational Games. A remastered version of the game was released on Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 13, 2016, as part of BioShock: The Collection, along with BioShock 2 and Infinite.
by Pandacake, 20 September 2017 16:48
i just posted the wiki
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