Bioshock Dual Pack [Online Game Code]

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  • Requires Steam Client to activate.  Steam key only valid in North America.
  • This Bundle includes 2 Steam DRM titles

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3.4 out of 5 stars (39) 2.32 KB $19.99
4.5 out of 5 stars (47) 2.32 KB $19.99
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ASIN B0083W649I
Release date May 17, 2012
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4.5 out of 5 stars 541 customer reviews

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The Bioshock Dual Pack includes the following titles:

  • Bioshock
  • Bioshock 2


"Product only available for US distribution. Quantity limits may apply."

Note: Bioshock 2 requires Games for Windows LIVE to activate.


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Game codes easily redeem on steam. Make sure you're buying this version, the online code. You can go to Steam -> Games -> Product Key and paste it in there, and it adds it.

While I understand this utilizes SecuROM (online activation), $7.49 for both Bioshocks (the price right now) is more than fantastic. We need more deals like this for older games. You're buying the game anyway so it shouldn't matter what security since you bought the games. But then again, I don't have virtual drives or Nero so I don't have any problems.
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I felt like I should write this to help balance out the negetive reviews. First off I would like to just say that the games are very fun, and I found to be addictive. So if you enjoy creepy shooters these are the games for you.

Now that that is out of the way, I feel like there is a lot of mis-information floating around here that I would like to address. Firstly, only Bioshock 2 requires two forms of validation. Once you enter the code for Bioshock 1 into Steam you downloadit and play. Simple as that.

Bioshock 2 is slightly more complicated. You enter the code into Steam, then download the game, exactly like the first one. Once it's downloaded and you try to play it it needs to validate again. You MUST use the product key that Steam gives you, not Amazon. Amazon's key won't work, so to those of you who were very angry with Amazon, don't be. You need to use the product key provided by STEAM.

On a finle note, I can understand why some people are angry that Bioshock 2 uses Windows Live, it is just another thing to sign into...but it's not that big a deal, and for those of you that have and use X-box Live, you'll love it. It gives you all the achivements as if you were playing on X-box Live, and you can chat with frinds while playing.

All in all a great deal, and it's not nearly the hassle everyone is making it out to be. Buy it and enjoy a fun game!
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Hello hopefully everyone can see this and not be disappointed. Anyways I came across this problem where Bioshock would not open at all and I knew older games did this too. It seems that Bioshock doesn't play well with Windows 7 so what you have to do is run it in compatibility mode Windows Vista (service pack 2). This is will enable you to play it A-Okay. To do this you'll need to find:

1.)'Bioshock.exe' which for me it's in my C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\Bioshock\Builds\Release
2.)Right click on 'Bioshock.exe'
3.)Choose properties and click the tab that says compatibility
4.)Click 'Run this program in compatibility mode' and Choose Windows Vista (Service Pack 2)
5.)After that, click okay.
6.)????
7.)Profit.

-If you need anymore help please do comment!
-Note if Windows Vista (Service Pack 2) doesn't work then try Windows XP (Service Pack 2)since it's one of the 2 OS in the 'ReadMe.txt'
'Bioshock is amazing and still trying to get through it! Can't wait to play Bioshock 2! Anyways for the price of $4.99, that's a steal.
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The first BioShock was a masterpiece: a work of art accompanied by haunting atmosphere and delicate, yet spectacular score. It keeps a special place in my heart. The sequel wants to satisfy all customers, ending up feeling much more generic. By the way, a solid DLC Minerva's Den (not included) justifies the purchase.

* P.S: BioShock 2 doesn't support Xbox 360 pad.
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Amazing deal at this price. Didn't even download them from Amazon either, jus popped the product keys into Steam, bam theyre on my Steam account. Nice. One of em doesn't recognize my video chipset, intel HD3000, not recommended, blahblah, watever run anyway, max settings, with intel i5 n 8gb ram too, but runs beautifully both of em.
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When Bioshock first came out I ignored it, since it looked like the typical Horror-Shooter. Over many years I heard a lot of good things about it though, so I decided to give it a try when I saw a good deal.
Turns out the game really isn't for me. After trying to like it for 2 hours I gave up (for now).
It seems like the developers were trying to create some kind of atmosphere between the once striving city "Rapture" and its "post-apocalyptic" state, but failed miserably. This is mostly because of the graphics.
I know it's an old game, but I know a lot of old games that don't have those bad graphics. It's not things like resolution or shading but rather the opposite. Everything is overloaded with graphic effects and glowing lights. It looks like a cheap console game and as such destroys any atmosphere that the design and soundtrack try to convey.
The gameplay also did not convince me. Not liking the controls aside, one goes from room to room and then gets attacked out of dark corners from "Splicers" which you have to shoot (or otherwise get rid of). Maybe it gets better at some point but if so I could not endure the lopsideness of the beginning to get there.
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I was hooked on this series within 2 minutes of playing the first game on my PC so I devoured these two. Quite a few similarities between the two except you get to investigate areas and interact with characters you couldn't in the first one. The game-play is great, it's fast paced at times while giving you down time to explore the amazing environment in the ruins of this underwater all but abandoned city. Rapture just gets into your system and you find yourself wanting to stay in that world for longer than the game will allow. I won't even talk about how wonderful Bioshock Infinite is as it's probably one of the best games I've played.

If you haven't played the Bioshock games then I highly recommend them, I doubt you'll be disappointed.
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