Gaming preview: BioShock 2 (Xbox 360, PS3, PC) Video
Gaming preview: BioShock 2 (Xbox 360, PS3, PC) Video Transcript
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The saga of Rapture continues as BioShock 2 hits store shelves February 9. This time around you'll suit up as a Big Daddy as you chase the creature known as Big Sister.
"BioShock 2: Sea of Dreams" continues the story of critically acclaimed underwater dystopian future. All we have right now is this teaser trailer depicting what looks like a "little sister" all grown up. What does the trailer say? Will "BioShock 2" take place above water? What's the meaning of the buildings rising from the sand? Keep guessing and enjoy the trailer.
CNET TV's new video game show preGAME has just launched! Make sure you check out today's premiere episode where hosts Jeff Bakalar and Mark Licea take you through an early level in the highly anticipated game BioShock 2 an entire week before it releases!
Show topics include the much-anticipated BioShock Infinite, Street Fighter lessons for $50 an hour, the addictive Angry Birds and Rage iPhone games
The floating city of Columbia will soon be open to gamers everywhere as this latest trailer for BioShock Infinite focuses much more on the action. The game is out February 26, 2013.
BioShock Infinite takes to the skies to the fictional floating city of Columbia in 1912.
Google adds voice action to Froyo; Asus has a slew of upcoming tablets; and a new BioShock game surfaces.
BioShock Infinite takes players to the ultra-patriotic city in the sky known as Columbia and follows an internal struggle that inevitably leads to its crumbling.
"Halo 3: Recon" is a prequel of sorts to "Halo 3." In fact, you won't be playing as Master Chief at all. Instead, you'll take on the role of a Shock Trooper, who?s still on Earth in the city of New Mombasa. The game will also support four-player co-op. along with 1,000 available gamer points. "Halo 3: Recon" will be released exclusively for the Xbox 360 sometime in the fall of 2009.
"F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin" is the sequel to the terrifying first-person sci-fi shooter. This time around you must continue the battle against a supernatural force that threatens to destroy an American city. Back again is the game's signature affect, the ability to slow down time during gunfights. "F.E.A.R. 2" creeps into stores on February 10 for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.