Seventh and eighth8. Bioshock 2
Overall, BioShock 2 is a solid first person shooter that improves on the first game in many respects and is great fun to play, but it never manages to step out of its predecessors shadow. It's unique setting lends it an atmosphere unlike anything else and if all you want is another chance to visit Rapture then you won't be disappointed but it feels like more of a re-imagining than a true sequel. It's a very good game, but BioShock was all about the story and in that respect BioShock 2 pales by comparison and as a result falls just short of greatness.
HEXUS Score - 89%
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7. Starcraft 2: Wings Of Liberty
The long wait for the arrival of Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty has been worth it. Alongside a compelling single player campaign that features and improves on the trademark fast-paced, hard-hitting, tightly balanced competitive real-time strategy gameplay of the original, is the brilliant multiplayer support with a host of new competitive features and matchmaking utilities, as well as full map-making and scripting tools to ensure that fans can keep the game alive for a long time to come.
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