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User Info: thasnipermaster

thasnipermaster
2 years ago#1
http://www.pcgamer.com/2014/07/25/bioshock-news-is-imminent-according-to-2k-games-teaser/

I hope they announce a new bioshock game
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User Info: Marioface5

Marioface5
2 years ago#2
Could be an Unreal 4 port.
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User Info: TimePharaoh

TimePharaoh
2 years ago#3
"or remastered peasant version"

User Info: dementedlullaby

dementedlullaby
2 years ago#4
TimePharaoh posted...
"or remastered peasant version"


This was my first thought.
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User Info: Puckswack12

Puckswack12
2 years ago#5
This is bad news
Yup

User Info: TheC0ndemnedOne

TheC0ndemnedOne
2 years ago#6
TimePharaoh posted...
"or remastered peasant version"


Ugh why. The first BioShock is only seven years old and looks great still.

They should remaster System Shock 2 and change none of the gameplay. Such a great game that's definitely showing its age. It's older than the first Deus Ex and it's not even a year newer than the original Half-Life.

Also, off-topic but I just now realized that the composer for Game of Thrones helped compose System Shock 2's soundtrack. So that's pretty cool.
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User Info: TimePharaoh

TimePharaoh
2 years ago#7
TheC0ndemnedOne posted...
TimePharaoh posted...
"or remastered peasant version"


Ugh why. The first BioShock is only seven years old and looks great still.

They should remaster System Shock 2 and change none of the gameplay. Such a great game that's definitely showing its age. It's older than the first Deus Ex and it's not even a year newer than the original Half-Life.


They "remastered" Last of Us which was like a year old or something.

I don't know, peasants are stupid, who can understand how they work.

User Info: Garage_Man

Garage_Man
2 years ago#8
TimePharaoh posted...
TheC0ndemnedOne posted...
TimePharaoh posted...
"or remastered peasant version"


Ugh why. The first BioShock is only seven years old and looks great still.

They should remaster System Shock 2 and change none of the gameplay. Such a great game that's definitely showing its age. It's older than the first Deus Ex and it's not even a year newer than the original Half-Life.


They "remastered" Last of Us which was like a year old or something.

I don't know, peasants are stupid, who can understand how they work.


Yep, the PC board is def the most mature.

User Info: ShadowThaReaper

ShadowThaReaper
2 years ago#9
Garage_Man posted...
Yep, the PC board is def the most mature.


He's right.

People are buying expensive re-releases of games that are a year old because they bought a crappy system with no games based on hype.

User Info: Garage_Man

Garage_Man
2 years ago#10
ShadowThaReaper posted...
Garage_Man posted...
Yep, the PC board is def the most mature.


He's right.

People are buying expensive re-releases of games that are a year old because they bought a crappy system with no games based on hype.


Well now...I am going to double dip on TLoU. The graphics alone are worth the upgrade, the FPS is better...Couple that with I never finished and it just makes sense. Also my PS3 went YLoD. YAY.

I also got oddworld the other day and despite the meh controls it is pretty cool. Who knows when it is coming to steam but I will have already beaten it. ANYWAYS

That said I own Bioshock Infinite and that on the PC. I literally played it last night in 5760x1080 at ultra with AA at 50FPS better than the PS4 would do this at 1080 ;)

I love having both TBH.
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