Yep, I've got the game~the PC version
In case you don't know what Bioshock is, just check it out here : www.gamespot.com/pc/action/bio…
I've played around with Bioshock for roughly three hours, most of the beginning dealing with the adjustment of graphics; since my PC is almost 3 years old, I've got serous problem even running the opening cinema scene with it. After about an hour I decided to try Bioshock on my new laptop, on which I did the same with Lost Planet: Extreme Condition. Surprisingly, just like Lost Planet, Bioshock works extremely fine with my laptop, with all effects set to maximum qualities and the resolution to 1024X576 (16:9 widescreen). Gosh, this probably means my PC is really, really old XD
Anyway, I find Bioshock so far the most unique FPS game I've played. Not just because it's primarily used weapons are not guns but supernatural powers (which can be used by injecting "Plasmids" in the game), but the way it conveys the storyline to the players. There's one guy named Atlus who will lead you through obstacles with a transmission radio - yes, a radio, since its background is in 1960's - and you could pick up plenty of radio cassettes tapes throughout the game. The cassetes carry an abundance of information about the mysterious, undersea city, Rapture. And sometimes you see ghosts whispering to you, which could reveal even more detailed background concerning the story.
So Bioshock is just not a plain shoot-and-walkthrough game, but a game the player could immerse he/her completely into. Listening to the cassettes, imagining you're the very guy in that situation, is pretty cool about Bioshock. Oh, and the game allows the player to freely adjust the difficulty AT ANY TIME~which makes things easier for a player who is more interested in the storyline than the playing, like me XD
And actually there's no death penalty, so if you died you could just restart from the nearest respawning point, which is call the Vita-Chamber in the game.
Alright, that's pretty long for a journal typed late around 1:30
gotta make a stop here. If you're in search for a time-killing game recently, just choose Bioshock; it's worth it.
Gamespot gave it 9.0 out of 10.0!