The Story of the BioShock's Legendary Opening Level
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The Story of the BioShock's Legendary Opening Level
22 August, 2017

Gameumentary took some time to speak with Bill Gardner about his time working on the Bioshock series. The opening level to the first Bioshock, one of the most iconic game openings of all-time, is one of the things that shaped the modern level design, so you don’t want to miss this documentary.

The team spent over half an hour speaking to Bill Gardner on how Irrational designed the level.

The team will share documentary on The Deep End Games and Perception this September, so stay tuned!

The BioShock series debuted 10 years ago and the game earned an enormous fan base. Publisher 2K Games decided to mark this birthday with a special edition that includes all three games and juicy bonuses. 

The 10th Anniversary Collector’s Edition features a physical copy of BioShock: The Collection and each game’s downloadable content. 

The pack also contains an amazing 11-inch statue of a Big Daddy and a Little Sister, which lights up and emits sound, with Big Daddy’s drill motorized.

You will also get a numbered certificate of authenticity. Unfortunately, it will be available exclusively in the U.S., sold only at GameStop and the 2K Store. You can pre-order it right now for $199.99.

Source: Gameumentary

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