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We review Everybody's Gone To Rapture. Will there be dead silence, or rapturous applause? (Sorry.)
We take a look at John Shirley's novel exploration of Rapture's origins.
Columnist Richard Cobbett examines the egregious wastage of games development.
2K Games has detailed the first batch of DLC for BioShock 2.
Beneath the ocean waves once more, we return to the underwater city of Rapture. What's happened to the place in the last ten years and what's all this talk about a little sister? What is the new multiplayer mode like? We find out in our in-depth review of BioShock 2.
2K Games has confirmed that BioShock 2 will have no dedicated server support, or LAN games.
Valve and 2K Games have announced that BioShock 2 is available to pre-purchase on Steam.
The original BioShock went down a storm when it was first released and for the most part 2K Games managed to live up to the hype. Now we take a look at how BioShock 2 is coming along to find out if we'll be enraptured by Rapture again or whether BioShock 2 is lost at sea.
2K Games has revealed a number of details about the multiplayer segment of BioShock 2, including setting, features and developer.
In a shareholders presentation Take-Two has indicated it may be considering a BioShock MMO and movie.
The BioShock Activation Revoke Tool has been officially released and should hopefully fix a lot of the copy protection problems that people have had with the game.
During an analyst call last night, Take-Two revealed plans to turn BioShock into an ongoing franchise.
BioShock widescreen cropping got you down? Well then here, help yourself to the Levine-Apology Plasmid!
BioShock: examined, dissected and documented in all of its glory. We've split the coverage of this industry-defining game into two pieces and here's the first instalment for Xbox 360 and PC.
Not got an Xbox 360, but still want the best game since Jenga? Then thank the lords that the PC demo of BioShock is coming your way later tonight!
2K Boston is making the official sixty-page Bioshock artbook, which was originally planned to be in the Collectors Edition, available for free download.
When we previewed Bioshock, even we had to grumpily admit it played well on 360. Now Xbox owners can try it themselves. The rest of us will have to setlle with the new trailer.