This weekend Bioshock receives a 50% price reduction. That is to say that you can grab the game for just $14.99 if you buy it within the next 48 hours.
If you haven't bought the game, this might be the right time to do it. Bioshock is a first-person shooter game developed by 2K Games. The game takes place in an alternate history in 1960. The player assumes the role of Jack, the only survivor of a plane crash in the Atlantic Ocean. After the plane crash, Jack finds the underwater city of Rapture. Bioshock has many elements from role-playing and survival horror games and is considered to be the sequel to System Shock, to some extent.
To find out more about this game, visit Bioshock's game profile at FPSBanana. You can also have a look at some screenshots here. Also you can visit the game's official site for screenshots and information about the game.
The game starts in 1960, with the player underwater following a plane crash in the ocean, surrounded by debris. No introductory cut scene is displayed explaining how this happened, leaving the player to decide for themselves why they were on the plane. Nearby, a lighthouse is sticking out of the water, in the middle of the ocean. Upon getting inside and traversing the internal stairwell, the player finds a bathysphere, with a corpse inside. Upon removing the corpse and descending in the bathysphere (having nowhere else to go), the player eventually reaches an underwater city on the ocean floor.