While Little Sister from BioShock may be old enough to date, that doesn’t mean Big Daddy approves of the unfortunate guy who decides to do so. Let’s just say that Big Daddy’s drill is quite intimidating. Continue reading to see why.
While BioShock may be set in an alternate 1960, it works perfectly as a Monopoly game, especially when it’s titled “Rapture Edition”. Unfortunately, the immersive environments are up to you to create in this version of the game. For more wins, be sure to check out HackedIRL.com. Click here to see our favorites. Speaking of wins, continue reading to watch a cool stop-motion music video from Kinna Grannis.
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Built by the creative and talented minds at Imagine Brick Zone, “Rapture” is an amazing BioShock-themed LEGO playset that includes “the game’s opening plane crash, to the lighthouse and to the Medical Pavilion and beyond.” Click here to see more. Continue reading to see an amazing Big Daddy costume.
Reddit user “sirleechalot” built an incredible BioShock-inspired computer by taking “5-gallon aquarium and filling it with four gallons of mineral oil; he then sunk the mainboard powered by an Atom processor and the PSU into the mineral oil after mounting it to a clear plastic backing.” Video after the break.
The latest BioShock footage definitely doesn’t disappoint, as it shows just what you can do with a shotgun in the game. Gameplay plus a bonus video review after the break. Click here for the pictures. Here’s the bottom line:
BioShock stands as a monolithic example of the convergence of entertaining gameplay and an irresistibly sinister, engrossing storyline that encompasses a host of multifaceted characters. This is an essential gaming experience
BioShock is a unique game that mixes a spine-chilling setting illustrated with art deco art and architecture, sci-fi themes of bio-genetic mutation and self-modification, a deep storyline with open-choice freedom to interact with the world as you choose