A man chooses, a slave obeys. OBEY!
@GayShjtSniper, god that was a fantastic scene. And to stand out like it manages to even in a game like Bioshock is crazy
@Guy Fawkes, did someone say BioShock?
@GayShjtSniper, No gods or Kings only Man.
@GayShjtSniper, have you guys heard "Rapture Rising" by JT Music? It's really epic and has me pining to play Bioshock again
I stand my ground and quote her
Buddy don’t cringe. That’s sounds like a power move to me.
Can I also just say while I'm back here and Bioshock is involved. There's something that Bioshock 1 has that the others don't. It's the fear factor. Crawling through the ducts with your wrench or shotgun (whatever you like most) while you hear rantings from the insane, horrifically mutated residents of Rapture was something else. Especially when you're squishy and under equipped at the beginning of the game. I remember playing the trial on 360 when they were doing a Halloween sale and being terrified of the Little Sisters and the first time you see a Big Daddy and their raw power/protective ferocity and lack of mercy. I would compare it and the other Bioshocks like Fallout 3 and New Vegas. Fallout 3 had a beautiful kinda frightening atmosphere whenever you walked in a new ruin, you never knew what you might face. But New Vegas didn't have that level of uncertainty, what you saw was what you got in a given area. Bioshock 2 and infinite are great games, but they changed the general tone.