Bioshock gets all Kubrick -- new screenshots - destructoid

Bioshock gets all Kubrick -- new screenshots

1:46 PM on 12.14.2006

Papa Niero

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As if the brand new Bioshock video wasn't reason enough to steal your grandmother's life savings for a new gaming rig, these five new screenies may push you over the edge. Massive detailed weapons, demented environments complete with morbid checkered tile cliche, creepy Kubrick-meets-King monsters (why is that thing holding a doll?), and gorgeous scenarious filled with filth and decay.

Just out of curiosity -- who among us has a top notch gaming rig to actually see the game this way? Are you guys planning on PC upgrades anytime soon or are you saving your pennies for the new console wares available?  Post your specs! I'll go first.

Athlon Xrelevant 2600+ years ago
Nvidia 6800GTX, devourer of 2 power supplies
1 GB Firefox tab cache
120GB unfragmented grind
19" frame for 3 dead pixels
DVD-R with infinite spin chassis shake technology

I'm so not ready. 


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