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Ooh Bioshock Infinite, the only Bioshock I never got around to playing (despite owning on Steam). Cool.

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That's great and all but I'm getting Bioshock for the Switch so no use to me :(

 

Excellent toilet opportunities in Sims 4 though.

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That is a good month! Looking forward to playing Bioshock Collection & Firewall.

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Nice to see another PSVR game after a long haitus, but would rather it was one you didn’t need a niche peripheral to play properly*. 

 

*Going to head off this particular joke at the pass: ‘It’s one you need a niche peripheral to be capable of playing at all!’ 

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I borrowed Bioshock Collection a few years ago from a friend and never got around to playing it. I love the first game, so I’m happy about this.

 

just need to finish Zelda and RDR2 now...

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Awesome, does it include that game where you go back to Rapture after the events of Bioshock 1 and 2 (made after Infinite)? I'm not sure if it was DLC or a stand-alone thing. I heard its really good but cant remember the name.

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9 minutes ago, Alan Stock said:

Awesome, does it include that game where you go back to Rapture after the events of Bioshock 1 and 2 (made after Infinite)? I'm not sure if it was DLC or a stand-alone thing. I heard its really good but cant remember the name.

 

It is. As in, included and really good. Was originally in two parts. The ending of it ties all the games together quite well, I thought.

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I haven’t played Bioshock since launch on 360, and Bioshock 2 has been gathering dust on my Steam pile of shame. I guess I’m all in on this.

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I'm surprised The Sims isn't F2P by now with what, £300 - £400 of DLC...

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I tried Bioshock a few years back and couldn't get into it so I'll give it another go. I played the opening 30 minutes earlier and I like the style of it (other than the baddies) but it feels like playing an old-school PC fps with a pad. I've kept the difficulty low so hopefully combat wont bother me.

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20 minutes ago, Retroid said:

I'm surprised The Sims isn't F2P by now with what, £300 - £400 of DLC...

 

It essentially is, they gave it away on PC recently.

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Did I foolishly just download Infinite or did Sony forgot to add Bioshock 1 and 2 to the collection?

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That explain it, thanks. In my defence, the webstore only shows one download and that's Infinite :quote:

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Shows just one for "BioShock: The Collection" for me:

 

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Aye. Download it and you'll end up with Infinite only.

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43 minutes ago, Mogster said:

They're separated in your download list on the store.

 

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Oh yeah! Bizarre.

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