Team Fortress 2? Is that you? And Halo! Did you do something third-person-y with your hair?
Skyrim is the future of Fallout? Donkey Kong has roots in American Imperialism? Here are some interesting fan theories to explain some of our favorite games.
2K had NINE years to fix both BioShock and BioShock 2 for the release of its remastered version. Did it? Apparently not.
Having been immersed in the franchise for several years by that point, Levine realized it was having adverse effects on his life.
Users who own BioShock on disc or the Games for Windows Live version of BioShock 2 have to jump through a few hoops to get the remasters for free.
Would you kindly watch this graphics comparison video?
An environmental artist in the U.K. worked on the upgrade as a final-year project for school.
It's a poorly kept secret that it is coming. Just announce it already.
Would 2K kindly announce BioShock: The Collection already? These leaks are getting ridiculous.
Would you kindly buy BioShock again?
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The BioShock Collection appears to be releasing on both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One later this year, according to one retailer who leaked its listing.
It's Pac-man's 35th anniversary, and we're celebrating his insatiable appetite by ordering up some of the weirdest foods video game charcters can eat. Ghosts might be involved too.
Video games go through multiple iterations, and we never hear about most of them. When we do hear about them, though, they are absolutely bonkers.
The game will retail for $14.99, but will only run on newer iOS devices.
Andrew Ryan has a message for you regarding BioShock for iOS, and you get to see how it compares to the original 2007 game for PC.
The original BioShock from 2007 is making its way onto the iPad. I go hands-on with the port to see if the game sinks or swims on the tablet.