BioShock reviews

Greatest ending ever. 
«That ending!»
That ending really twisted my nutsack 11/10 fr
10/10
«Blew my mind»
You have to play this, but play the remaster.
Best Game
«Beaten more than once»
Objectivism is another desire to understand the world around us with our minds.

Another idea to create a utopia, but this time away from people and in an exotic place. All such ideas descend into etatism and totalitarianism. Especially if it is a backwater city, from which it is not as easy to escape as it is to enter.

This bright idea based on a libertarian model of society has fallen because of an insane leader and one smuggler. The struggle for power and self-interest led to the collapse of society.

Overall the game is very deep (I don't mean ocean), and brings out a lot of philosophical ideas. And of course the steampunk stylistics combined with the 50's era are just awesome to look at.
«Blew my mind»
«Time-tested»
Overall: 8/10
Gameplay: 8/10 (Would have been 9.5/10 at the time it came out, but has since aged out of its prime and the later games in the series do the same mechanics but better.)
Story: 8/10
Music: 9/10

More detailed review to come. (WIP)
«Time-tested»
«Constantly dying and enjoy it»
9.5/10
«Can’t stop playing»
«That ending!»
BioShock PC - Finished on 08/15/2020
You can't play this game, and say it could've been better. Nothing will top this game, it'll go down in history as the best of all time in all aspects. It's perfect
«Blew my mind»
An immersive sim that just happens to be a great FPS. The environmental storytelling alone in this game makes it worth your time, but the interesting gameplay elements and encounter design really elevate it to another level. The sole problem with this game are the NPC character models, which are just unintentionally frightening. A game I wish I could forget so I could replay it with a fresh mind.
«Blew my mind»
«Can’t stop playing»