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Would you kindly prepare yourselves for the imminent release of Bioshock: The Collection by checking out the all-new launch trailer for the game. The collection, released worldwide on 15th September, features fully remastered versions of the original trilogy, with a graphical boost in lighting, textures, all running in the holy grail of 1080p/60fps. Or 'up to 60fps', at least, as the studio has been keen to point out. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRWexlrZJc4 Bioshock's remasters also includes all of the DLC for all of the games, meaning you won't miss a single thing from Irrational Games' creepy and well-realised game universe. Fans of the ... Read More »
Would you kindly return to Rapture? It's not long until the release of Bioshock: The Collection and alongside improved graphics fit for current-gen consoles (that's 1080p/60fps on all platforms), we’ve now learnt that there’s a whole behind-the-scenes documentary hidden within the games. The Bioshock trilogy is one of the best-loved shooters of all time, thanks in part to its stunning visuals, creepy settings and absolute mind-messing stories that cover everything from neuro-linguistic programming to the multiverse. So as you'd expect from the game, developed by the now defunct Irrational Games, there’s quite a story to tell here. And gamers will ... Read More »
It's been rumoured for months but we can now officially confirm that BioShock, BioShock 2 and BioShock Infinite will all be remastered for Xbox One for a 16th of September 2016 release date. The hype train really started rolling yesterday evening when 2K Games twitter account tweeted out a new official twitter account for the BioShock franchise. https://twitter.com/2K/status/748201465638879232 The tweet they linked off to a classic image of a Big Daddy and a Little Sister roaming the halls of Rapture. This, naturally, sent fans into a whirlwind of excitement but it wasn't until today that an official announcement, as well ... Read More »

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