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The next step for  BioShock : Porting the original to mobile
The next step for BioShock: Porting the original to mobile
August 4, 2014 | By Mike Rose

August 4, 2014 | By Mike Rose
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Newsbrief: 2K Games is bringing the original BioShock to mobile later this year, months after its original developer was shut down.

BioShock for iOS will be a premium-price game, with "optimized" touch-controls and controller support.

The future of the BioShock franchise has been widely discussed since Irrational Games shut down earlier this year.


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George Menhal III
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Looks pretty good.

It'd be nice to see a "remaster" or whatever those things are called on the original Bioshock. Not now, but probably sometime in the future. You know the deal, higher-resolution textures, modern graphical upgrades, etc. Either way this game should definitely be preserved over time. I'll probably never stop playing it.

Kyle Redd
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Now that they've got a mobile version in the works, how about sparing a bit of money to get the original PC version working properly on Windows 7, so people can actually play it?

http://steamcommunity.com/app/7670/discussions/0/6488173779222351
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