BioShock 2 is certainly a fun game, and they've added new things, but it is still very similar to the original. They've tightened up the graphics, but they still use a lot of the same textures and sound clips. The new weapons are fun and interesting, and the duel wielding plasmids and weapons can make for some interesting combat. Difficulty wise, if you pick the medium difficulty, it will be a bit easier than the first game. You can usually kill an enemy within 3 seconds. The voice acting has definitely improved. I especially like the voice of Sinclair, with his somewhat cocky business man attitude. This game is as immersive as ever, especially with surround sound. The multiplayer isn't much to talk about, especially since barely anybody plays it anymore. At it's core, BioShock 2 reflects it's earlier counterpart, but still has it's little interesting quirks. Overall, if you liked the first game, you'll like this one, too.
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