Excellent game, definite improvements over Bioshock, very detailed graphics, seemed shorter than the first one, but very good, just when you think the game is over, there is more. In my opinion this is a must buy but some like to play once and there done, this has great replay value. This game made the hood of a Nascar.
This is one of the games that I actually purchased due to the fun that I had playing the original Bioshock. Needless to say, Bioshock 2 is definitely worth the money. I really enjoy playing as a Big Daddy and actually getting to use the Rivet Gun. The story line is fantastic as always, which is what to be expected from Bioware. The multiplayer has actually surprised me, mostly because I am a die hard Call of Duty fan. The mixture of Plasmids, hacks, turrets, and the ability to become a Rosie Big Daddy has made me unknowingly become addicted to the multiplayer. I have actually caught myself playing it more than I have Modern Warfare 2 lately. Keep the great games coming.
This is a great game. Although I do give this a light 10/10, the graphics are stunning, your splicer enemies are going to come after you with more force and greater wits. There are plenty of new weapons and plasmids, people to meet, and areas to explore. Multiplayer is an intense firefight consisting of not only Bioshock 1 related maps, but a well put together ranking system. Ranking is pretty simple: kill enemies, find little adam caches to get some bonus exp, hack turrets and vending machines, and researching your dead enemies to get not only exp, but damage bonuses. There are some annoying glitches, but not alot just a couple splicer disappearances when you try to get what you earned outta your kill, but the pros completly out weigh the con <-- lol ONE real flaw. So thank you for reading and have fun with Bioshock 2 if you plan to rent it.