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Monday, 13 August 2007 11:47

Bioshock goes gold, demo is out

Written by Slobodan Simic
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For XBox360, PC demo later this month


Last week Take-Two Interactive has divided Irrational games, Bioshock developer, into two studios, 2K Boston and 2K Australia. These two studios have announced that Bioshock, one of the anticipated titles of this year, has gone gold.

If you haven't been around or you managed to miss it, you can check out our site for some coverage, and here is the part of the press release which describes the game.

"BioShock is a first-person shooter that lets players do things never before possible in the genre. Nearly everything in the game can be turned into a weapon; players can biologically modify their bodies with plasmids, hack devices and systems, upgrade weapons and craft new ammo variants, and experiment with different battle techniques."

Demo of the Xbox360 game version is available on the Xbox Live Marketplace, and the PC demo version should be released "later this month". You can also check out the company's site for the Bioshock game, The Cult of Rapture. If this is not enough for you, take a look at the "launch trailer", you can find it here.

Game will be available on August 21 in North America and August 24th in Europe.


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