For $30, BioShock Ultimate Rapture Edition Includes Two Full Games, All the DLC and New Unseen Artwork

Illustration for article titled For $30, emBioShock Ultimate Rapture Edition/em Includes Two Full Games, All the DLC and New Unseen Artwork

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 weren't used for Irrational's hit franchise. The new bundle comes out on Jan. 14 for the PS3 and Xbox 360, at a cost of $30. Here's a full rundown of what's inside:

• Museum of Orphaned Concepts: Take a tour of a never-before-seen BioShock museum and view early concept art, character models and more set within the halls of Rapture.
• Plasmids Pack: Includes four additional Plasmids and Gene Tonics—Sonic Boom, EVE Saver, Vending Expert and Machine Buster—for use in BioShock.
• Challenge Rooms Pack: Previously exclusive to PS3™ and now available for Xbox 360 for the first time, the pack tests the player's mettle by requiring them to utilize the skills learned while traversing the halls of Rapture to survive three separate puzzle rooms in BioShock.
• Sinclair Solutions Tester: Contains a number of customization features that allow players to further their character's development in BioShock 2 multiplayer modes and provides a deeper multiplayer experience.
• Rapture Metro: Includes six additional multiplayer maps, an additional multiplayer gameplay mode and a rank increase to level 50 for BioShock 2 multiplayer.
• The Protector Trials: Features frantic combat and fast-paced action designed to push players' mastery of weapons and Plasmids in a BioShock 2 single-player experience spread across six maps.
• Minerva's Den: A substantial narrative experience that puts players in the role Subject Sigma and introduces new characters, locations and mystery to the world of Rapture in BioShock 2. Set in a new environment, Rapture Central Computing, Minerva's Den adds a gripping new storyline to extend the BioShock 2 experience.
• Also included, is an exclusive collectable sticker pack from BioShock Infinite's world of Columbia to get gamers ready for the next chapter in the BioShock universe.

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armyofjuan
ArmyofJuan

Not to long ago i was jonesing for some bioshock in anticipation for infinite and purchased bioshock 2 (since i had never played it) at a local used game store. After completing most of the campaign i kind of grew tired of the game. Im not even exactly sure why. I love the atmosphere of rapture, but i think it may be the combat. I don't remember the first bioshock being as shooter happy as this second one. And in my frenzy i purchased minervas den while it was on sale too but havn't touched it. Is that any different in play style/tone than the main campaign of the second game or more of the same?

Either way, i suppose as we get closer to infinite i'll suck it up and try to force my self to finish the game and the DLC just so i havn't wasted my money