Bioshock for PlayStation 3


Oct 21, 2008

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots


About this game

Developer: Irrational Games
Content Rating: Mature


Caught between powerful forces and hunted down by genetically mutated citizens, the player will come to grips with the mysterious and fascinating world of Rapture, a distinct Art Deco underwater utopia gone mad. BioShock not only challenges the players' capacity to adapt and survive, but brings to question their values and commitment to the inhabitants of Rapture. With smart and adaptive AI, no encounter ever plays out the same, while numerous customization options provide gamers with an experience that adapts to their playing style.

Critic Reviews

12 Reviews
Tom Mc SheaOct 28, 2008
The story in BioShock is dark and satisfying, something that will make you contemplate it long after you've put the game down. And though combat takes a back seat to the enthralling atmosphere, it's still extremely satisfying to combine your plasmid powers with traditional weapons. The lack of any meaningful new content is disappointing, but this is still one of the finest first-person shooters around and a game that simply should not be missed.
Wesley Yin-PooleOct 17, 2008
Overall, BioShock is still as powerful an interactive experience as it was a year ago. It's lost none of its freshness, its newness or its impact. It's the thinking man's shooter and poster boy for the 'games are art' brigade. On PS3 it still is. For many BioShock was 2007's game of the year. How funny that for PS3 owners it might be 2008's.
Jonathan MarxOct 21, 2008
The visuals are absolutely stunning! Although, framerate issues are still a problem if you don’t unlock them in the options menu, which then leads to reduced quality. If you’ve never played BioShock, you’re in for a real treat. However, the absence of the touted Challenge Room feature was very disappointing and hurts replayability.

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