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Bionic Heart 2

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The story picks up after the first game ends, where Tom, Luke, and Helen escape to Mars with fake IDs, and Tanya remains on Earth to fight Nanotech, the company led by Richard Meier.

The game is told from four different points of view:

- Luke, who is on Mars with his friends but he can't stop thinking about Tanya and what she told him

- Tom, who is also on Mars, has strong unconfessed feelings for Helen, Luke's girlfriend

- Tanya, an android that decided to stay on Earth, wants to fight against Richard, but will she be able to do it alone?

- Tina, an honest police officer, has strong suspicions about Nanotech and wants to investigate them.

Each character choice will change the outcome of the story.
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Winter Wolves
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Winter Wolves
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Not rated
Website
http://www.winterwolves.com/bionicheart2.htm

System requirements for Linux

Minimum:
  • Processor: 1 Ghz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Storage: 50 MB available space

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: 1Ghz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX or OpenGL compatible card
  • Storage: 50 MB available space

System requirements for macOS

Minimum:
  • OS: Mac OS 10.4
  • Processor: 1Ghz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Storage: 50 MB available space
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Bionic Heart 2 - Official Trailer
Apr 23, 2013
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Bionic Heart 2 reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Spain
I Had a better pint than it is... It looked like "graphic adventure" in plan that you go through the sites, talk to people, make decisions and is just a graphic novel that leave the characters without moving:( The little grace that could have the game and you take it off with this, to top it does the work of 4 drawings and texts but they tell you all in English xD neither Spanish nor other languages of the most spoken pufff for me the idea is good but it is a disaster That ended up being
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Microsoft from Russian
1. Plot: Many stories of different characters. The Decisions we make will ultimately affect the outcome of the plot. There is Too much unnecessary text that simply has to be skipish. [4/10] 2. Graphics: Standard graphics in similar games, the whole eye is pleasant. [8/10] 3. Gameplay: mouse, mouse and mouse again. And a lot of letters. [6/10] 4. Music and sounds: Like music is good, but it is TERRIBLY not in the subject, which is everywhere. It is impossible to focus on the text (especially when playing in English). Sounds generally random. [5/10] (6 for good music,-4 for what it interfered,-1 for blunt sounds) 5. Optimization: Games of this genre can not but please the lack of lagov and friezes. [10/10] Total: 6.5 Stories out of 10. The Game is only suitable for fans of this genre. And then, if the music will not distract.
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Microsoft from Italian
In Truth the game was a little disappointed. For example, already from the beginning I was not well placed the lack of the vocal part of the characters, present instead as a positive feature and, in my opinion, important, in the previous episode of the series. For some reason, then, continuing to play, neither the story, nor the characters have taken me, although it is remarkable that the game tries to represent the stories of four characters each from his own personal point of view and while intertwined his Narrative path with those of others. The fact is that if the visual novels do not have some ace in the sleeve, like the dialogues, the situations, or do not know what, that makes them enjoyable, suffer too much of their characteristic to have the depths, the environments and the design and the pose of the characters always , or almost always, fixed for the duration of the game. I Also liked Tanya more in the first episode. All this did not entice me to attend the twenty and possible final passes that the game boasts to have. Ultimately, keeping In mind that I acknowledge that my opinion might be too personal, I recommend buying BH2 maybe consulting the other reviews first.
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