SF Magazine is a well-known sci-fi magazine in Japan. Launching in 1959, it's still published today. And in July 1973, the cover looked like BioShock.
It's tough to follow up a game like BioShock, because it went to a plateau games rarely touch- emotion and cognitive thinking. In other words, art. Where do you go once you've reached the top? Spoilers for both BioShocks below.
Click to viewThis is Nathan. While the rest of you were off being giddy about playing as Big Daddy in Bioshock 2, Nathan was building himself a costume that lets him play as Big Sister in real life. Now that's commitment.
Bioshock 2 is out, genre-bender Heavy Rain has been reviewed and there's news on Fable III, Crackdown II and Alan Wake. So let's do this.
Bioshock, one of the coolest games of the past few years, is finally spawning a sequel. And Gamespot got an exclusive look at the new edition of this bleak undersea shooter.