Bioshock Triple Pack [Online Game Code]

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Rated: Mature
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Platform : Windows Vista, Windows 7

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  • Requires Steam Client to activate.  Steam key only valid in North America.

3 Game Downloads in This Bundle

Customer Review Download Size If Bought Individually
 
4.3 out of 5 stars (871) 2.16 KB $18.50
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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Total Individual Price: $58.48
Bundle Price: $69.97


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ASIN B00DOD0TZG
Release date July 4, 2013
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4.7 out of 5 stars 610 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Product Description

This bundle includes the following games:

  • BioShock Infinite
  • Bioshock 2
  • Bioshock



System Requirements:
  • Supported OS: Windows Vista   Windows 7         

Steam account required for game activation and installation

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By Carlos Santiago VINE VOICE on November 18, 2013
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I have finished both Bioshock 1 and 2, and was looking for Infinite to continue the saga, then I found this triple pack which is actually worth the price of Infinite alone, let alone all three games.

The activation codes work perfectly with Steam and all three games work in Windows 8.1. Bioshock 2 and Inifinite support controllers (I use the Xbox wired USB controller). Bioshock (1) only plays with mouse and keyboard.

Great deal, excellent price for three of my favorite games.

*** Edit: Bioshock 1 does have an option within the game menus to enable the Xbox controller. It's just that it's Off by default. So all three games support the Xbox controller, I'm a happy camper now! ***
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This game pack is one of the greatest games in the whole world, hahaha! You can even use the product codes on steam! Wahoo!
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These three games are amazing and worth way more than $35. BioShock and BioShock 2 take place in Rapture: A city under the sea. BioShock Infinite, which is the newest game in the series, takes place in a city in Columbia: A city in the sky.

In the original BioShock you play as a man named Jack in 1960. After your plane crashes in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean you are the sole survivor. You swim to a lighthouse in hopes of finding rescue and while traveling in a bathysphere you come a cross the underwater city of Rapture. It was built in the 1940's by a billionaire named Andrew Ryan who wanted to build a city free from the parasites of government and religion. He brought the most brilliant people who would live in the city and thrive. The city was built on science with many smart people. In Rapture someone discovered a Sea Slug with special abilities that could heal humans. Scientists were able to make something called Adam with these sea slugs that could heal people and make them powerful. This Adam could be made into things called Plasmids which are a type of genetically modifying drug. The plasmids could make you shoot fire from your fingertips or do things like give you telekinesis. In order to get more Adam for these plasmids they needed a host for these sea slugs. Little girls were best bonded with the sea slugs. Scientists brainwashed these girls to gather Adam from dead bodies with a needle and hallucinate that the underwater city of Rapture was beautiful. They saw the dead bodies as angels and could turn the blood of corpses into Adam to make plasmids. Big Daddies were made to help protect these girls, known as little sisters, collect Adam. Big Daddies are men who are also brainwashed and put into a diver suit.
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All three of these games are amazing first person shooter adventures. They can be a little dark at times so the 'M' rating is deserved and should not be played by children. This is the kind of stuff nightmares are made of. But the overall gaming experience is amazing. in all 3 games you achieve special powers and the way you get to use them is very creative. The games are pretty linear so the replay value is a little low, but the second 2 games in the series have Steam achievements which helps the replay value a lot. Over all, if it is your first time playing any of these games, I recommend taking your time to see all the amazing things in these games.

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By Martin C. on November 29, 2013
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Not sure how to rate it yet, but here is how you can fix the "bioshock.exe stopped working" error on a win7 64 bit Ivy Bridge machine.

In my case I needed to activate the "stereo mix" device in audio device preferences. My hardware is very common, probably worth trying first. That's a device that floats around somewhere in the list of disabled devices, so you need to poke around the tabs and right-click menus a bit to find a list of disabled devices, then enable it. My win7 looked a bit different than the master list below, I had a tab with the disabled devices.

Google "START HERE > BioShock 1 - How to fix: Sound + Start-up Bugs!".
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There are games and then there are works of art.
And then there's Bioshock.
It's a game that's a work of art.
Even though the first Bioshock was created almost a decade ago, the graphics still look great, but the game is about much more than the graphics.
The story is great, the game play is challenging enough not to be boring, but also isn't at a dark soul level where you want to tear your hair out.
The weapons, abilities, and other cool stuff are well balanced and the game itself is definitely worth playing through.
Same goes for the second game.
It's not as groundbreaking as the first, but it's definitely worth a play.
I actually haven't played the 3rd game in the series as I'm waiting until I get a better laptop, so I can't say anything about it, but I'd get this bundle even if it contained only the first 2 games.
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I started out not liking the game. Because I was confused and didn't know what was going on. So, I took a break from it and went back to it and I love it. It is one of the best (FPS) games I have ever played. The plot is deep and well thought out. The voice actors are amazing. The sounds are great. The graphics are cartoon-ish (but that's fine it's a game!). I'm currently playing the third one (infinite) and I loved them all. Very entertaining and the games are long (which I love!). The only problem.....the science doesn't make sense XD.
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