BioShock is a first person shooter released in 2007. The storyline sets in 1960. You play as Jack, in the underwater city of Rapture which he finds after his plane crashes in the ocean. The city was built to be an isolated utopia, but after the discovery of ADAM, a generic material which can be used to grand superhuman powers, initiated the city’s turbulent decline.
- Release date:
- August 21, 2007
How to play BioShock
It’s a first person shooter, so moving around works the same as with every other shooter. On the consoles the controls are slightly different than other games you’re used to, and they aren’t freely remappeble.
This game is impossible to play without vision, the audio feedback the player gets won’t be enough to beat the game. Being visual disabled doesn’t really affect the game. It’s pretty clear who’s an enemy and who isn’t. To be fair basically everyone in this game is an enemy.
It won’t be a problem to play this game with an auditory disability. There’s a bug in this game that the undertitles are going faster than the dialogue. But if you can’t hear at all, this ofcourse won’t be a problem.
The controls can’t be freely remapped. The game is impossible to play with one hand on a regular controller since all the buttons are used for multiple actions. But if you have your own one handed controller it would be possible to play this game on your console using Titan One: http://game-accessibility.com/2015/10/22/titan-one/