BioShock 'n' awe

New trailer showboats combat of Irrational's overwhelming underwater shooter

Check out our brand new trailer for BioShock, a shooter with brains to match its brawn. This time, you'll be given a guided tour of Fisheries section of Rapture city, the submerged sci-fi setting for this smart but creepy FPS.

Featuring commentary from game director Ken Levine, the trailer details the open-ended approaches that are possiblevia BioShock's imaginative combat system. You'll see three run-throughs of the Fisheries - thoughtless all-out blasting, environmental manipulation and exploitation of the fearsome "Big Daddy" enemies - and each time you'll see different tactics reaping different results.

Once you've had a taste of BioShock's inventive flexibility, you'll likely start bubbling with your very own schemes for turning a puddle of water into a death trap for melty-faced mutants. And, come its release next month, you can finally put them into action.

Above: See some 'Shock tactics in action, mostly involving brainwashing enemies or abusing the world around you. No head shots required

July 6, 2007

Featuring commentary from game director Ken Levine, the trailer details the open-ended approaches that are possiblevia BioShock's imaginative combat system. You'll see three run-throughs of the Fisheries - thoughtless all-out blasting, environmental manipulation and exploitation of the fearsome "Big Daddy" enemies - and each time you'll see different tactics reaping different results.

Once you've had a taste of BioShock's inventive flexibility, you'll likely start bubbling with your very own schemes for turning a puddle of water into a death trap for melty-faced mutants. And, come its release next month, you can finally put them into action.

Above: See some 'Shock tactics in action, mostly involving brainwashing enemies or abusing the world around you. No head shots required

July 6, 2007

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