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BioShock DLC available, adds plasmids, achievement points

Justin McElroy

In addition to the dash update, 360 owners will have another nice surprise waiting for them (as will their PC counterparts): a title update and new DLC for BioShock.

The title update includes some small fixes and one big one: A new widescreen FOV, the answer to some specific, antiquated prayers. The new content (just in time to refresh the memories of Game of the Year list makers) includes a plasmid pack (Machine Buster 1 & 2, Vending Expert 1 & 2, Sonic Boom 1 & 2, EVE Saver), the option to disable Vita-Chambers and a new, 100-point achievement called "Brass Balls." To get it, you'll just need to beat the game on hard without using a Vita-Chamber. No problem, right?

We know, we know, this news couldn't come at a worse time. You're busy with the only games that ever matter: The ones released in the past three weeks. But don't you want to check and make sure all the daddies are still dead? Don't you want to see if those splicers tried to build a rudimentary society Lord of the Flies-style? If you get a moment to spare, isn't it time you checked in on Rapture?

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