Bioshock 2 Is Both Sequel And Prequel
By now, even though Bioshock PS3 doesn't hit store shelves in the U.S. until next week, you're probably already aware of that bonus trailer you unlock after completing the game. If you need a refresher course or just missed it entirely, check yesterday's update.
Obviously, with this new video out there, we're going to want to gather in as many details for the sequel as humanly possible. Thankfully, according to WhatIfGaming, 2K Marin has decided to release a quick piece of baseline information for Bioshock 2: Sea of Dreams. Evidently, 2K developer Charles Schechbeck said this sequel is also part prequel...here's what he said in response to the site's question regarding the teaser trailer for Bioshock 2:
"BioShock 2: Sea of Dreams is part of a prequel and at the same time is a sequel, so you're kind of close on the interpretation of the trailer. The rising replica of Rapture can represent something to do with this or something part of a bigger surprise that everyone has to wait and see to play."
Okay, so we're looking at a cross between a sequel and a prequel (not sure how they're gonna do that), and apparently, the game is certainly confirmed for both the PS3 and Xbox 360. Like we said before, we knew 2K had been planning a sequel for a while, but Sea of Dreams has officially debuted thanks to that unlockable trailer. More incentive to buy and play Bioshock on the PS3, ladies and gents.
Related Game(s): Bioshock 2: Sea of Dreams
10/17/2008 Ben Dutka