...And only playing it for maybe forty minutes when I first got it, I finally got into it a week ago and just beat it the other day. At first I didn't see what the big deal was when I played it last year but the more the game progressed I found myself completely immersed in it. Normally FPS start to bore me after the 20th hour and feel repetitive but thankfully Bioshock adds enough variety to prevent that from happening. I really enjoyed the twist as well. Just when I thought one thing, it turns out to be something else. Honestly, I thought you were Andrew Ryan's kid based on the fact that there was I think a tape recording of a woman talking about selling Ryan's kid and the game hinting at you being brought to Rapture not by chance but fate. I was way off on that one. My main complaint however was the final encounter. It felt somewhat anti climactic and while the cinematic was touching (the one you get upon saving the Little Sisters) it could have been a little longer. It felt somewhat primitive. So one play through and I'm four achievements short - Brass Balls, Every weapon upgrade, gain entry into Cohen's apartment and find every audio tape. Time to play through it on easy just for those ones. No way am I trying for Brass Balls on hard. Edit: Apparently you can only get the Brass Balls achievement on hard.