More than 10 years after the release of BioShock, an obscure error message has popped up again thanks to an unlikely source—an anonymous developer, posting on 4chan, who says he or she worked on BioShock 2.
When former developers of BioShock and BioShock 2 put their spin on a first-person rogue-lite set in an Arabian Nights themed world, it’s bound to be full of systems that not only work against you, but bail you out of trouble too. Armed with a whip and a scimitar, City of Brass tasks you with racing to the center of…
The remastered versions of BioShock 1 and 2 just got PC graphics options. Originally, they hardly had any. Now there’s 21:9 resolutions, adjustable field of view, and lower end graphics. 2K also improved mouse sensitivity and Nvidia compatibility in BioShock 1. However, some users are still reporting serious errors.
Continuing a grand tradition that began when BioShock first came out in 2007, the remastered versions of BioShock 1 and 2 did not emerge from the bathysphere plunge to PC unscathed.
BioShock: The Collection is out now, bringing Rapture and Columbia into glorious high(er) definition. But the most important thing is that the collection includes the best BioShock title ever made: Minerva’s Den. It is a humble piece of downloadable content for BioShock 2 and it is damn near perfect.
Submerged is an exploration adventure from ex-BioShock devs that takes place in the technology-spattered ruins of a place that's seen better (and less water-logged) days. If you ask me, though, it looks almost... pleasant? Don't know about you, but I'd hang out there.
SF Magazine is a well-known sci-fi magazine in Japan. Launching in 1959, it's still published today. And in July 1973, the cover looked like BioShock.
"Those are however small prices to pay for a game that may not advance some great BioShock canon, but still stands as a great way to round off your view of Rapture - a world that always felt like a designed dystopia more than a failed city suddenly converted into a much more plausible place." — From a fine new BioShock…
Those BioShock titles sure have given us some fancy outfits! And the newly released BioShock Infinite is no exception. That's probably one reason why people, especially cosplayers, love the BioShock games.
Sad that this March's BioShock Infinite won't be set in Rapture? You'll get a chance to re-visit the beautiful underwater city of the first two BioShock games with the newly announced Ultimate Rapture edition, which will boast an all-new Museum of Orphaned Concepts filled with concept art and character designs that…
Today is a finer day than usual here on Fine Art, because we're looking at not just one of my favourite concept artists in the world, but one of my favourite artists.
The Fullbright Company, a new indie outfit that consists of three developers who among other high-profile games worked together on the fantastic Bioshock 2 add-on Minerva's Den, has announced its first game. It's called Gone Home, and it's a first-person game that revolves around exploration and discovery, rather…
You may know artist Jason Chan as the chap who helped design us a lovely t-shirt. Or who drew rad pictures of kids fighting zombies.
BioShock and BioShock 2 are just $4.99 USD each today via Steam, part of 2K Games' four-day-long sale. Both are totally worth it if you've somehow not played a BioShock game before.
The amazing statue sculptors at NECA have new BioShock figures in the making. The coolest here at Toy Fair 2012 are the ones from BioShock Infinite. The new BioShock game is a long way away, so these won't be out, a NECA rep said, until Sept. 2012 or so. The game isn't slated for release until 2012 either. Waiting…
Art book or golden gun? Poster or multiplayer skin? In today's Speak-Up on Kotaku, commenter Monsieur.Froid wants to know why some people prefer in-game collector's edition prizes to tangible swag. What's your poison?
The bodies of dead little boys, the impact of extinction, the vicious torture of two of video game's least likable characters and hundreds of death by spike... these are, strangely, my most memorable video game moments of 2010.
Freelance artist and game designer Anjin Anhut shares some thoughts (and neat comparison charts) on what size means for video game's creatures great and small .
Looks like someone at 2K Games had a little leftover resurrection potion from whatever they used on Duke Nukem Forever because the formerly dead downloadable content for BioShock 2 on PC is alive. It's coming. Viva PC Gaming Week!
The Protector Trials and Minerva's Den, two downloadable content packs for BioShock 2 on the Xbox 360 and PS3, are still not available for PC owners of the game. And now, they never will be.