Some of us picked up BioShock for the first time on the Xbox 360, waiting to experience a fairly decent looking horror adventure without having any idea just how deep this descent into madness was bound to go. I was one such person even after being convinced to purchase it on day 1 of its release all the way back in August 2007. By the time the game was over, I was awe struck at just how much more I actually got for my money.
Within the first two minutes into the game, I knew I was in for an adventure that would not only pique my curiosity in exploring this art-deco stylized metropolis on the bottom of the sea, but would also challenge my own concept of morality and philosophy. As the world of Rapture became the living result of Andrew Ryan’s worldview, you eventually put the pieces together on how such a utopia can erode into a chaotic display of human evolution gone extremely wrong.
Join GameTyrant Audio on this journey to the bottom of the sea to hear how the music of Garry Schyman set the classic and incomparable tone of BioShock, solidifying the game as one of the most thought provoking and fear inducing horror stories ever told!