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BioShock 2's Big Daddy design revealed in GamePro

4:40 PM on 05.21.2009 // Colette Bennett

If you loved the first BioShock as much as I did, surely you've been keeping up with the details on BioShock 2. In that case, you'll likely be quite interested in this image on the cover of the July issue of GamePro. The issue features a ton of exclusive new content on the game, including multiplayer details and who the ultimate enemy is. It's not the Big Sister, apparently... maybe it's the person controlling her, if there could be such a thing?

The Big Daddy above is the prototype that you will play as in the single player version of the upcoming game. I can't say I'm not curious to hear about the new details, but funny enough, when I get really excited about a game, I find myself starting to avoid more content about it rather than pursue it as I like to be somewhat surprised when I finally get to play the game. I may not be able to resist picking up a copy of this, though.I hear there's a special issie of PC Gamer coming with major multiplayer focus as well (see gallery for the cover).

Are you going to run out and get one (or both)?

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