More BioShock PS3 Details Emerge From EGM

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Did you hear? BioShock is coming to the PlayStation 3. We're totally 100% sure of it, because the announcement made not only the cover of PSM3 magazine, but local favorite EGM as well. BioShock is featured prominently—but not as prominently as Gears of War 2—in the mag's July issue and helps to explain why PSM3 said it's "better on PS3."


They were probably referring to the inclusion of the Xbox 360's downloadable content and that fixed widescreen mode, plus PS3 version specific features that "extend and augment the game." That's all according to a helpful tipster who is already in possession of the issue. EGM speculates that those features are related to Home and we wouldn't be surprised if that's more than just an educated guess on their part.


BioShock Confirmed for PS3 [EGM - thanks, Walter!]

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To me, it wasn't a shooter, because I didn't play it that way save for the occasional Big Daddy fight and the last boss. Yes, you could consider it a first person shooter, hell, the back of the case calls it that. I just like to think of it as something a bit more meaningful. It's not the same kind of game as Halo or CoD or Rainbow Six. It's...different, even if the game takes place in a first person perspective and involves shooting people.

Or you can just simplify it down to a silly, barebones argument, and that's that I don't like FPSes, but I like Bioshock, so it can't be an FPS! :O