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For just $35 you get a deep, gorgeous game filled with a lot of atmosphere, ideas, and tense and intense combat. Bioshock 2's greatest achievement perhaps is delving into the depths of not only the realm of Rapture, but the players themselves and how affecting the choices they make to survive can be. I found myself contemplating and reflecting on the game long after I turned it off. That is perhaps the best thing you can say about any game. Check out Bioshock 2, you won't be disappointed.
Fans of non-stop shoot-'em-up games might find Bioshock 2 a little bit too leisurely for their tastes, but if you like the idea of exploring a weirdly imaginative setting and storyline then Rapture will be your kind of town.
Provided your machine has the specs to power this beast, BioShock 2 serves up a great first-person shooter experience on the Mac, even if it’s not quite as brilliant as the original.