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Scene from the very short intro
A creepy title screen
This doesn't look good.
Holy sh*t. This is an inferno.
What's this? A beacon in the middle of the ocean?
Rather strange greeting
The elevator to your destiny
Only a few minutes into the game and already you see advertising - I hate it.
Rapture - your home for the next 25 hours.
A splicer gives you a warm welcome.
The map you can access at any time.
A security bot - thank god he's on my side for now.
This guy looks very creepy.
One Man's madness.
A Gatherer's Garden terminal where you get new Plasmids.
Your first Plasmid - Prepare for a wild ride.
Sounds like it hurts when your own DNA gets rewritten.
The rest of your plane finally followed you down.
This corridor won't last much longer.
You can find items in many places - including trash cans.
This splicer is on fire but I think you already knew that.
Creepy - it seems like a woman attends to her baby. I won't tell you what really happens here.
Someone mourned his lost dad and husband.
The new year's eve party - the day it all started to go wrong.
The main character sometimes sees visions of things that happened.
A little sister at work.
A splicer attacks a little sister - a big mistake.
A Big Daddy comes to protect the little sister.
If you die you'll respawn here.
The water looks gorgeous.
Did someone order grilled mutants?
If you drink too much alcohol your vision blurs.
Saving a Little Sister.
Cohen, probably the creepiest guy in Rapture. And you must help him complete his so dearly masterpiece.
Frying a Big Daddy.
Many of the rooms are optional to explore, but offer interesting tales when you listen to the electronic diaries.
About to launch a frag grenade to whatever's lurking behind the corner.
Inside a theatre
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