The Bioshock Collection rated in Brazil (PS4/PS3/Xbox One/360/PC)

Kirous

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I will definitely buy this if the ports are good. I really liked the first game and Infinite, never played the second one or any of the dlc.
 

Megatron

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Oh I will buy this for sure. Can't wait to play one and infinite again. And sure, even 2, why not?
 

Fisty

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In for a second round of 3 single-playthrough platinums. Hopefully 2's online is axed, definitely had the best DLC of the bunch though
 

bman94

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I have all three, even tho I played BioShock 1 at sub 20 fps. I don't know if I want to double dip.
 

ROUGE_BLOCK

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Make them 60 fps! Go all out, after all half of these games are from 2007-9 that should be extremely possible
 

True Fire

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I guess it's time to play Bioshock.

This might be an unpopular opinion, but I'm loving these remasters. It puts games that I missed back on the radar.
 

bman94

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No, on console not just PC like they were in the past
Lol they definitely were 60 fps on console. In the settings of BioShock 2 and Infinite you can make the game look a little shittier to make it run at a higher framerate. It caused screen tearing tho, I think.

Edit: I guess they weren't, thought they were.
 

Nizz

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Make them 60 fps! Go all out, after all half of these games are from 2007-9 that should be extremely possible
This right here. If the games are 60fps and 1080p I will buy this day one. Only played the first Bioshock and I remember liking it a lot. A proper 1080p/60fps remaster and I will buy immediately.
 

LewieP

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They're re-releasing it on PS3 and 360? What's the point...
To make money? They already have all three games on those platforms, they just need to package them up and get them on retail shelves. They will be cheap to produce and plenty of people will buy them.
 

ROUGE_BLOCK

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Lol they definitely were 60 fps on console. In the settings of BioShock 2 and Infinite you can make the game look a little shittier to make it run at a higher framerate. It caused screen tearing tho, I think.
Ummm no all releases of the BioShock games on the 360 and PS3 ran at 30 fps. You could lock the frame rate I think on the first one if that's what you are referring too.
 

Thornton Reed

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I was just thinking about infinite yesterday. Definitely in. Infinite is one of my favourite games and would love to see it on current gen consoles
 

JTripper

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If this means a new trophy list for 2 without the MP then I'm 100% in to play one of my favorite franchises of all-time again. Really loved Burial at Sea so I'd like to revisit that one.
 

El_Chino

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Lol they definitely were 60 fps on console. In the settings of BioShock 2 and Infinite you can make the game look a little shittier to make it run at a higher framerate. It caused screen tearing tho, I think.
No, even with the V-sync off It barely went above 40fps.
 

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Lol they definitely were 60 fps on console. In the settings of BioShock 2 and Infinite you can make the game look a little shittier to make it run at a higher framerate. It caused screen tearing tho, I think.
Wait, you really think the Bioshock games on console were 60fps? Shit, that setting on Infinite was to help the game get 30fps lol

Actual 60fps is going to blow your mind.
 

Off-Kilter

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Lol they definitely were 60 fps on console. In the settings of BioShock 2 and Infinite you can make the game look a little shittier to make it run at a higher framerate. It caused screen tearing tho, I think.
Great games but nowhere close to 60 fps. You are misremembering
 

Booker Dewitt

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They're re-releasing it on PS3 and 360? What's the point...
To have a retail product in the franchise at $40-60 dollars again. Film companies do this all the time to drive up the price of dvds/bds that have been bargain bin for years.
 
Ummm no all releases of the BioShock games on the 360 and PS3 ran at 30 fps. You could lock the frame rate I think on the first one if that's what you are referring too.
It was 60fps on ps3 just not very stable. and you had options to lower it a stable 30.

You could adjust the graphics to make the frame rate higher, was wierd as fuck for a console game, but appreciated.

Edit: Just had too check, nope never reaches 60 but it was higher than 30.. at times, aww, it seemed so impressive back then as well..
 

bman94

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Ummm no all releases of the BioShock games on the 360 and PS3 ran at 30 fps. You could lock the frame rate I think on the first one if that's what you are referring too.
No, even with the V-sync off It barely went above 40fps.
Oh shit it wasn't? The gameplay seemed smooth as hell. Well I guess anything would seem smoother since I played the original at sub 20 fps.
 

ROUGE_BLOCK

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Bullshit, It was 60fps on ps33 just not very stable. and you had options to lower it a stable 30.

You could adjust the graphics to make the frame rate higher, was wierd as fuck for a console game, but appreciated.
Nope, it was not 60 on either. I think the PS3 could not even get a stable 30 fps last I've heard it wobbled from 25-30 and sometimes dropped to the low 20s at times.
 

blly155

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might pick this up on console. i played infinity on PS3 when it came out but recently tried playing the first game on PC but ran into a bug that blocked progress in the story.