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BioShock: The Collection review: An exemplary return to the unforgiving depths

Aside from some minor technical flaws, BioShock: The Collection proves just how timeless an iconic franchise can be. It's been over three years since the last BioShock game was released. In that time, fans have heard next to nothing about where the series is headed. After an internal restructuring left the game's original developer with only fifteen employees, the future of 2K's once-flagship series has remained ambiguous.
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