Posts Tagged ‘bioshock’

Bioshock's Rapture Is Shinier And Sharper Than Ever In New Trailer

by Peter Paltridgeon 08/09/2016
My daddy’s SMARTER than Einstein! STRONGER than Hercules! And lights a fire with a SNAP of his finger! Are you as good as MY daddy, mister? Not if you don’t get your hands on Bioshock: The Collection, you aren’t! 2K Games revealed what the first game looks like now in their new trailer. it’s been […]

That Didn't Take Long: Bioshock: The Collection Officially Announced

by Peter Paltridgeon 06/30/2016
It appears 2K Games let the Bioshock: The Collection assets out one day early. We’re not sure why they didn’t just announce it at that point if the officially planned reveal was mere hours away, but….it’s here now. Bioshock: The Collection will be out September 13 and contain remastered versions of the three Bioshock games […]

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Next Game From Bioshock Creator Ken Levine Will Be "Highly Creative"

by Peter Paltridgeon 11/19/2015
In 2014, Ken Levine left and shut down his Irrational Games studio in 2014 after he turned in Bioshock Infinite and its DLC chapters. As this happened, Levine made remarks implying the AAA development process had become too gigantic and risk-averse, and that he wanted to try something with a smaller team next. Strauss Zelnick, […]
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Bioshock Collection Coming To PS4 And XBox One? Maybe

by Peter Paltridgeon 09/21/2015
“Raru” is the name of a South African online merchant that has been known to let products slip out ahead of when they were intended to be common knowledge. The media first found out about the Greninja, Jigglypuff and Splatoon amiibos through them, and now they appear to have stumbled once more: a listing for […]

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Take-Two Still Sees Life In Bioshock

by Peter Paltridgeon 05/28/2015
After Bioshock Infinite and its DLC content were released, Ken Levine voluntarily shut down his production studio Irrational Games and announced he was moving to quieter, more indie pastures. It’s understandable. With less money on the line there’s no pressure to fit in X popular element or Y demographic trend, and the product can’t be […]