BioShock: The Collection
BioShock blew our minds back in 2007, when it offered a look at an underwater, dystopian society inspired by authors like Ayn Rand and George Orwell. It was a shooter that made you really think about who you were and what was going in on that society. BioShock 2 continued that trend and personalized it by offering you a deeper connection to one of its Little Sisters. Then, in BioShock Infinite, we headed up into the clouds to rescue a woman from a tower and explore whole new worlds. These were amazing games and BioShock: The Collection brings them all back.
With BioShock: The Collection, all three BioShock games are bigger and better than before. Each one has HD resolutions and improved framerates. You can enjoy director’s commentary. Most importantly, you’re getting almost every bit of every BioShock. Aside from an absent BioShock 2 multiplayer mode, all other elements, including the DLC, are here. It’s a great value.