|Game Title:||BioShock™ 2 Remastered|
|Game Developer:||2K Marin, 2K China, Digital Extremes, 2K Australia, Blind Squirrel, Feral Interactive (Mac)|
|Game Publisher:||2K, Feral Interactive (Mac)|
|Initial Release Date:||6 Sep 2016|
BioShock 2 Remastered is a direct sequel to Bioshock, and once again the first-person shooter set in Rapture. This time the players mimic the subject Delta, an experimental Big Daddy prototype that reawakened decades later, for reasons still unknown. After regaining consciousness, Delta has an invincible passion for finding Eleanor, a very special little sister who is forever bound by her genetic code. To do so, he would have to face all the dangers and insanity that would be expected from an even more rotten, inherited rapture.
In FPS fashion, with an iron view zoom that improves accuracy at the moment, unlike BioShock 1. Weapons range from industrial rifles to powerful rotary grenades and missile launchers, all of which can be upgraded three times on specific machines. At no cost, Enemies vary and range from simple single-wrench suppliers to enemy machines such as security robots, towers, and elite enemies such as Big Daddy or Big Sisters.
The number of combat approaches is very high and depends a lot on your playstyle: from stealth to gun-busting, or from enemies plasmids attacking each other, everything is possible and just as much fun. Enjoys Investigating enemies with your camera, once found, offers significant bonuses after a while – in addition to the unique plasmid. Enemies usually do a lot of damage, especially later, but at least the usual ones are slow to react first.
🟩 The Good
I am you, but better
Compared to Bioshock 1, the gameplay has been greatly improved, while maintaining the same formula. The world map, for example, which was flawed in the first game, is much better here – plasmids and weapons can now be dual-powered, eliminating the hassle of switching between the two at all times. The hacking mini-game has been completely changed to new, not dependent on RNG as before.
New mechanics have been added, such as taking the younger sisters to the surface to collect the ADAM, while being attacked from all sides by enemies, in a kind of “defensive part”. Many other minor improvements make the experience even better. Completes a large variety of weapons, plasmids, passive tanks, and enemies in terms of overhaul gameplay.
Bioshock 2 Remastered includes all the extra content, including a series of challenges called Protector Trials and the best standalone DLC “Minerva’s Den”, where players mimic the subject Sigma in a fairly short but memorable adventure in Rapture’s main computer facility. These additions are welcome and further expand the content offered.
Secrets of selflessness
The level design of this second chapter is just amazing, and provides even more complex areas than the first game, while also doubling the mysteries, secondary locations, learning objects, and hackable objects. Each level is full of many things to find a wide, complex, and attention-grabbing explorer. All things considered, the search for Bioshock 2’s privileges and rewards goes far beyond the original.
🟥 The Bad
Who did this program?
The remastered version of BioShock 2 is technically a disaster. Frequent crashes, audio level issues, and interface issues do not eliminate this release. More experienced users can fix these issues by following the specific guides in Steam Hub, but not 100%, as some crashes and issues will remain. If you want a more stable experience, I suggest running the original release, which is available if you buy it again anyway.
The (un)balance of all things
Just like Bioshock 1, this sequel fails to balance itself properly in the middle of the game, where Delta will be much more powerful. Specific combinations of plasmids can kill owners, shoot any common enemy one-shot head-shot, or summon so many crowd-controlling elements (bots, mobs, controlled enemies, etc.). You don’t even have to shoot. Take care of your enemies. Research loss bonuses are icing on the cake, especially with relatively stacked pesos.
System Requirements BioShock 2 Remastered Game
- OS: Windows 7 Service Pack 1 64-bit. Platform Update for Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1
- Processor: Intel E6750 Core 2 Duo 2.66 GHz / AMD Athlon X2 2.7 GHZ
- Memory: 4 GB
- Graphics: 2GB AMD Radeon HD 7770 / 2GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670
- Hard Drive: 25 GB available space
How to Install BioShock 2 Remastered For PC?
- Extract the file using “Winrar”.
- Open the “BioShock 2 Remastered – PC Free Now” >> folder.
- Click on the “Setup” and install the game.
- Now, Open the “Razor1911” folder, copy all files from the folder and paste it where you install the game.
- After Installation, click on the “f1_2010” icon to play the game.
|File Size: 11.37 GB||Download Here|