BioShock 2 Beach Event Sends Its Message in Bottles

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Rapture-ready wine bottles washed up on beaches this morning for BioShock 2's heavily anticipated viral marketing event. Kotaku readers from all over the world sent in pics of what they found.

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Paul S. in England writes that "40ish bottles" washed ashore on Brighton Beach sometime before 5:37 a.m. Netherlands reader Soulofaqua described the discovery at The Hague as "sort of disappointing" The posters found in the bottles didn't give up much about the new game.

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Reader Saddler B. in Vancouver, Andrew B. at Jones Beach, New York, and Shane K. at Santa Monica also sent in snaps. Check em out in our gallery.

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How the hell do you have a "heavily anticipated viral marketing event"? Isn't that just a little contradictory?