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4.7 out of 5 stars

on 16 July 2011
A superb game guide from BradyGames, A4 size, full colour,192 pages. Plenty of info, clear instructions and general in game information, including maps. The screen shots used are a little smaller than I'd like, and not always really clear, but if you're following the text (again a little small for older eyes) you'll have no problem completing this game and getting the most from it. 10/10"BioShock" Signature Series Guide
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on 13 September 2015
Fantastic guide for Bioshock. Full of good information and pictures on how to get the best from
the game and knowledge about the characters. Very happy and would highly recommend!
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on 16 June 2011
A Good guide to a fantastic game it has maps of all the levels and good information on how to approach the game it is nicely layed out with text and pictures a 5 star procuct
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on 8 September 2012
this is the best strat guide i ve receivedLike brand new and very acceptable it was well worth the money
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on 1 September 2014
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VINE VOICEon 3 February 2008
For a first-time player of Bioshock, I generally wouldn't recommend a game guide like this. For me, the game is about exploration - you are supposed to be lost and find your way around. but Bioshock is not just another FPS. As well as being incredibly well done - involving story, beautiful scenery, challenging monsters, etc, it has a great depth, augmented really by the Xbox Achievements system. Thus while you can play through some games once and get to do pretty much all you could want to (Halo 3, I'm looking at you) it is quite possible to go play through Bioshock and miss quite a bit, including an alternate ending.

some of the achievements are actually quite challenging - 'access every single tonic in the game' or 'listen to every audio diary' for examples pretty much require you to see 100% of the game's content. And doing that would be pretty challenging without a guide like this.

The guide is as in-depth as Bioshock itself (no pun intended) and tells you where absolutely every tonic, plasmid, vendor and U-Invent is. It uses the same style of map as the game itself, but improved of course by showing you all the hidden stuff. There is a walkthrough for every level as well which, if you follow it, will allow you to collect every available piece of gear too.

So, if you're looking for a perfect 100 gamerpoints, I highly recommend this guide.
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