Bioshock and Little Sisters

Not a big fan of FPS, the only one I’ve ever liked was Golden Eye for the Nintendo 64. But there was something that really drew me to Bioshock. Not sure what, but there was something. It could have been when I saw my father try it out and liking it and speaking good about it. So it might have stuck to me.
Either way, I started playing this game on Monday when everyone else had their PS3 jammed by a bug, dubbed “The ApocalyPS3“.

Due to an unfortunate accident you wind up in the middle of the ocean and you stumble upon the entrance to the hidden underwater city Rapture.
Where all hell has broken loose it seems. You soon agree to help Atlas, a fellow who’s family is trapped in a submarine. But things go wrong and you soon find yourself on a quest for revenge. The story of the game is pretty good actually and the voice actors in the game do a really great job.
The environment is creepy at sometimes and some of the characters are creepy too. Like the Little Sisters and Big Daddy’s. (See picture below).

I don’t think I have any complaints with the game, but I wish there was more variety to the enemies. But then again they work really well with the game.
I’m not sure this will make me love FPS, but it was a good game.
And it was really good and refreshing to play something other than just RPGs. I do love ’em, but I’ve missed so many other good none-RPGs.
I really want to give the second game a try. So if I can get my hands on that somehow I’ll definitely play that one. After this I think I’m taking a break from playing and wait for Final Fantasy XIII. But then again I’m very tempted to start playing
Star Ocean The Last Hope International. Not sure what to do really…

The ApocalyPS3 is over… For some people…

So it seems that people who had their Playstation 3 consoles affected by this time-leap bug, can now rest easy. Your machines should have fixed themselves to the correct time now. So the “ApocalyPS3” crisis is over. So now everyone should be able to play normally again. Glad that it fixed itself and wasn’t a more serious problem.
Too those who had this problem, are your PS3 working as they should again?

I’m also trying out Bioshock for the first time in my life. I’ve been somewhat interested in it for a while and finally had a chance to try it. And since I don’t like playing in front of the computer, I’m playing the PS3 version. I just finished the first chapter and so far it seems pretty interesting. This is not really my kind of game, but I really want to give it a shot. I’ve enjoyed the game so far. The atmosphere of the game is pretty nice so far, I’m looking forward to see how the story unfolds.