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BioShock Remastered

Virtuos, 2K Games, 2K Boston, 2K Australia, Blind Squirrel
Sep 13, 2016 - PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5
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Critic Reviews for BioShock Remastered

But it’s to Bioshock’s great credit that that’s its most glaring problem when played today (that, and the fact that ‘Arcadia Merlot’ wine actually says Cabernet Sauvignon on the label). To stretch that wine aside into an analogy, Bioshock really has aged like a fine Arcadia Merlot. It remains one of gaming’s great explorations of one of gaming’s greatest environments, even if you can see through Atlas’ bullshit like you can see Rapture’s glorious skyline (sealine?) through its oddly pristine glass corridors.

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You can still have a ton of fun with the Switch port of Bioshock, as this is the best portable version of this classic masterpiece. Although, when compared to all of the other previously released versions of the game, this is only technically superior to the clunky iOS port from 2014.

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Brad Baker

For Nintendo owners, the release of Bioshock is something of a dream come true. It’s a game that never made it to the Wii or Wii U and was one of those third party games that seemed as if it would never make the jump across. Like all the 2K <3 Nintendo games, this has been lovingly put together and is the furthest thing from a throwaway port you can find.

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