Does anyone not own all the stuff from the Sega bundle registry entries? All I'd be missing is Typing of the Dead which would probably be cheaper by itself (if it's a HB Weekly).
PS: Don't answer if you're Mooby.
I only own Company of Heroes and Hell Yeah. I'm not one of those suckers who panicked and bought Alpha Protocol at $2. 3 years later and who's laughing now about that game everyone else has played, possibly multiple times, and enjoyed?
Thanks everyone... I guess I should have been more explicit... I'd picked up from before that I should play BS1 before BSI... but is playing BS2/Minerva's Den important to play before BSI.
BS1 has such status that I really should play it (I've owned it since $5 retail.) I know BS2 wasn't that well received... I was wondering how important it is to play BS2 before BSI.
Amazingly I actually know very little about BS1... underwater, little girl, big daddy, and a wrench. (Please don't spoil it. Sure sound like child abuse though.)
I haven't played Bioshock 2 and didn't feel like I missed anything from Infinite. I did go through Minerva's Den after BSI and there was nothing that I saw there that would have made BSI better if I'd seen it in MD first.
I also found it very easy to go back to Minerva's Den after BSI.
I will say that I haven't played the BSI story DLC yet (waiting to start until episode 2 is about a week off), so I can't say where among all of this you should play that.
Doesn't matter. There's a callback for you to say "Neat!" at but it won't significantly impact your game (and you'll likely recognize it anyway at this point just from gaming cultural osmosis). BSI's story is largely independent from the previous Bioshocks though.
I disagree. Beyond just recognition, there's an impact to having familiarity that'll be lost. Also, Bioshock 1 is a great game so it should just be played.
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