• Embolado - March 18, 2010 7:23 p.m.

    The favorite part of Bioshock 2 was playing as the one of the little sisters and seeing the world thru her eyes when she was getting atom from the angels. @axis56 enjoyed your ideas, but the main problem/complaint is that if it is based in rapture is that the atmosphere would loose its luster. Maybe if they did something along the lines of seeing the world thru different eyes, similar to what we viewed while playing as the little sister. Well wherever they decide to take the series I'm sure I will enjoy the ride.
  • axis56 - March 18, 2010 6:27 p.m.

    Spliced up woodstock? mmmmm maybe that hippy wasnt lying when he said he could see lighting in his hands. however, as interesting as that would be we need to face facts, it wont leave rapture. this, imo, can lead to the idea of playing as a fully fuelled splicer. This splicer, in true bioshock tradition, isnt just a splicer but one who is constantly battling with himself and lookin at what other splicers are doing and question the morals behind it. this could then lead to a revolution in rapture, where you spear head it, it opens with you convincing other splicers to join you (in a cut-scene a) a series first and b) without implementing a mass effect speach tree system). as you go around gaining power within rapture the moral decisions you face could determine what type of leader you become once you (or even if you) succeed in taking control of rapture. imagine, you pick acheive an ending where you restore and rebuild rapture and make it an ideological paradise that it once set out to be. or alternatively destroying the whole place on your way out back into society. that ending could be a godsend destroying the possibility of another rapture based game and allowing your predictions to come true. it would be a bit of departure if you actually played a character that you knew something about. might make things a bit more interesting. you could include elenor and sophia in there in similar roles to ryan in the second game too. might go tits up mind but i think that would be interesting if they fail to move out of the sea.
  • Jigglesbig - March 18, 2010 5:45 p.m.

    This reminds me of a joke article I wrote recently, where I reviewed Bioshock 3 from the future: See what you think? :)
  • StrayGator - March 18, 2010 5:42 p.m.

    In short, You ask for Deus Ex.

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