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Keep on going /bsg/. Remember that other generals can only dream of our cancerous longevity.
We cant let that happen. /bsg/ deserves better.
There will be a season 2. Bioshock is dead.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6GJO_RpBnEg Move on.
>You will never find out if Anna/Elizabeth was in her crib at the end of the game.
>You will never hold 2K studios hostage for months while they are forced at gun point to make a sequel.
>you play as Anon saving Elizabeth
>you escape Rapture with Liz and make it to Paris
>the rest of the game is a dating sim where you do things together and change the course of history
>choices actually matter
>the game ends based on your decisions
>this game will never exist
Everyday I see fewer and fewer reasons to go on.
What is the unfinished /bsg/ DLC game?
Okay, I've gone and fucked myself. Now what?
Guys I realize this isn't directly related but anyway, System Shock 2: is it worth playing these days?
I'm pretty early on in it but even with graphics mods and stuff it just feels so barren and bleak and grey that it's hard to find the will to keep going. its just seriously lacking in character.
If you're not having fun with SS2, then why bother?
He was. I want to know this feel.
Because sometimes it is worth pushing past the wonky parts of an older game to make it to the stuff that made it classic in the first place, I'm asking if that's the case with SS2, but for all I know all the things it does has been done better since.
Well, how far along are you? Also what have you been putting your cyber points into?
Deck 2 Med/Sci is kinda slow and simple, to give you an idea of how things go. Then when you get to Deck 1 Engineering, it ramps up and gets serious at points. After that it keeps growing more intense.
One of the main things about the game is what kind of build you are doing. Because some of skills are completely useless. You also don't really want to put your points into everything, as there isn't enough to max out the character. Also higher the difficulty also lowers the total amount of cyber modules you collect over all, so the same build might not work in every difficulty.
I'm still on deck 2 as a marine, but have given him some hacking and repair skills because all the guns I find are broken. I don't have any real plan with my build, I just get what I feel I'm most lacking.
Pretty good start and a good way to go about putting your points. But yeah, press on through and get to Engineering.