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Bailey Foster > Games > Own
BioShock: The Collection
"I’ve played Bioshock so many times. The story never gets old to me. I love the characters and the setting as well. A city under water is amazing to me. Every time I play and beat it, I’m always amazed by just everything. I love this game so much. Even the book by John Shirley is amazing. If you love this series, then you must read the book. Read everything! Even the fan written books are great. Bioshock 2- I’ve played this a lot as well. It’s different from the first one. When I say different, I mean really different. A new team took over for the second one and sort of changed a lot of things. The timeline is iffy in it compared to the first one. But what I loved about it were the characters, plot, and you get to explore more of the city. One thing I didn’t like about this one was the multiple endings it had. Had to play through every single one."
Far Cry 5
"Before beating it... I’m not too far into the game, but I have to say that this game is really good. I’m very impressed by it. The series has changed a lot from the first 3. Primal was very different and now this one. Just great. Compared to GTA 5, this game is by far better. Just a lot better. Probably the best game I’ve played so far this year. Trying to encourage my friends to get it as well. Highly recommend this game to anyone. After beating it... I still somewhat recommend this game to anyone who likes free roam. You can do things that you can’t do in GTA that don’t cost so much money. But this game has different dynamics than GTA and of course it would seeing how Ubisoft did it. I do, however, feel as though I should warn you about the plot of the game. The more you move forward in it, the more you’ll want to possibly join the cult. Hey, I do too. There’s a point when Faith (she’s the sister of the Father in the game) says she’ll make you right and show you the path. She shows it to you, but still no choice in the matter. I really wanted to join them. Throughout the game you kill the family and each one blames you for not joining, but I really did hahaha. It seemed interesting to me to not have that option. You can kill a lot, hunt, fish, have some animal friends, guns, vehicles, and even love the characters as well, but can’t join the cult. The ending got me though. Not going to ruin it or anything like that, but it made me sad in a lot of ways. I even got a existential crisis over it which is funny to me. In all, it’s a really good game, but it just has moments when you’re sitting there like, “Really?!?!”"