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In 1968, the first successfully-bonded Big Daddy is reawakened to save his Little Sister from the clutches of Rapture's new leader, Sofia Lamb.

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Ken Levine (concept), Jordan Thomas
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Fenella Woolgar ... Sofia Lamb (voice)
Doug Boyd Doug Boyd ... Augustus Sinclair (voice)
Anne Bobby ... Brigid Tenenbaum (voice)
Sarah Bolger ... Eleanor Lamb (voice)
Sydney Unseth Sydney Unseth ... Young Eleanor Lamb (voice)
Armin Shimerman ... Andrew Ryan (voice)
Sheryl Lee Ralph ... Grace Holloway (voice)
Richard Poe ... Father Simon Wales (voice)
Graham Rowat ... Daniel Wales / Warden Nigel Weir (voice)
Bill Lobley ... Stanley Poole (voice)
John Hillner ... Gil 'Alex the Great' Alexander (voice)
Cassandra Grae ... Babyjane (voice)
Adam Sietz ... Breadwinner (voice) (as Adam Seitz)
Rick D. Wasserman ... Brute (voice) (as Rick Wasserman)
Yuri Lowenthal ... Crawler (voice)

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In 1968, the first successfully-bonded Big Daddy is reawakened to save his Little Sister from the clutches of Rapture's new leader, Sofia Lamb.

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We will be reborn.


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The Rumbler type of Big Daddy in this game is a revision of the SLOPRO Big Daddy which was cut from the first game. The initial concept for the character had the shoulder mounted cannon as seen in BioShock 2 but instead of being able to set up mini turrets, the SLOPRO held a massive hook which it used to perform lethal melee attacks. See more »

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Little Sister: You're leaky, Daddy. Fix it!
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Nightmare
Music by Artie Shaw
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The return to Rapture is a delightful one
19 October 2011 | by u_mbaptistaSee all my reviews

Bioshock 2 may have sacrificed storytelling for cleaner gameplay, but the story is still well written and better than your average VG narrative. Sophia Lamb isn't nearly as charismatic as Andrew Ryan but does a pretty good job of getting me to despise her, making her a decent antagonist at worst. Gameplay tweaks seem minor at first, but dual wielding guns and plasmids, the ability to melee with any weapon, and the new real time reflex-based hacking system made a world of difference. I had more fun protecting the little sisters in this game than the first. Probably due to the unstoppability I felt having improved plasmids, weapons, traps, and ample time to set up and unleash my inner Macaulay Culkin whenever I was ready to harvest.


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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

9 February 2010 (USA) See more »

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BioShock 2: Sea of Dreams See more »

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