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The XCN has once again given us a new great interview, this time with Paul Hellquist, Lead Designer of Bioshock. Inside you'll find more info about the start of the project, System Shock, Achievements, DLC and much more.

Could you give us some background on how long Bioshock has been in the works and how much the original idea has evolved over time?
Paul Hellquist: We did a prototype way back in 2002. At the time, the game didn’t get picked up by a publisher so we put it on the back burner and did SWAT 4. We started up in earnest again after SWAT in late 2004. The game changed dramatically from that first prototype. At that time Rapture was a long forgotten WWII base where the Germans had done secret biological experiments on people. All of the enemies were part human part undersea creature, the most notorious around the office being “Eel-Man”.

Do you see Bioshock as the spiritual successor to System Shock, and if so what have you been able to add to the System Shock formula?
Paul Hellquist: The main things we added to the formula were accessibility and a greater focus on action than on niggly interface interactions. BioShock still is a horror game with a fully realized world to explore, it still is incredibly deep, with a ton of gameplay systems for players to interact with, and has a great story. All of these things make it a spiritual successor to System Shock 2 in my mind.

Take you take any inspiration from other games before or during Bioshock’s development?
Paul Hellquist: We always look at a lot of other games while working on a project. Mostly we look a people who have solved the same kinds of problems that we were facing while making this game. Some that I recall looking at in particular include Condemned: Criminal Origins, Half-Life 2, and others.

The moral choices that Bioshock offers (ie harvest or rescue Little Sister) have caused a lot of discussion. Have you had to pull back on your initial plans to lessen the controversy surrounding this?
Paul Hellquist: We are the first game that really makes this type of decision a key part of the game and we think that having it in the game is a big step forward for the industry. Hopefully more tough moral choices can be explored by future titles throughout the industry. Ultimately, we want BioShock to be remembered for the excellent art direction, story and the systemic, emergent experiences and not for a controversy. What you see in the game reflects that goal.

It’s still a pretty visceral and violent-looking game. Are you positioning Bioshock as a distinctly adult gaming experience, and what do you see in the future for adult games of this type?
Paul Hellquist: We strongly believe that BioShock is a game for adults, that is why it is rated M in the US and received similar age ratings worldwide. We wanted to explore themes and choices for a mature audience including exploiting the innocent for personal gain, the dangers of playing God, and how extremism of any belief system can lead to evil.

I think as the medium matures and gains more recognition in the public as a viable outlet for communicating ideas that games that explore more mature themes will gain in popularity. This trend is also natural as the average age of gamers continues to climb as the “children of the 80’s” who grew up with games reach their 30s now.

How would you describe the genre of Bioshock? Is it an FPS? An RPG? Or something totally new?
Paul Hellquist: We believe BioShock is the deepest FPS ever made. It is an FPS through and through, but offers more choices for the gamer to interact with the world and their enemies than any other FPS before it.

How open is the game world, and what kind of rewards will players get for exploring areas or digging into the backstory of Rapture?
Paul Hellquist: The game world is separated into large subsections that you progress through as you finish the goals of each area. While completing those goals players can explore that area however they choose and can even return to every other area they have been to in the past. Some of the rewards you find for exploration include Gene Tonics which give the players new abilities, rare ammo types and weapon upgrade machines, as well as more diaries that uncover the mysteries of what happened to Rapture.

How does the Plasmid levelling system work, and is it possible for players to create the ultimate, unstoppable character?
Paul Hellquist: The character growth system in BioShock requires a resource called ADAM, which the scientists of Rapture developed to manipulate genes at will. The player needs to get ADAM from the Little Sisters and to do that they need to tangle with the Big Daddies. Once you have ADAM you can spend it on a variety of power-ups at the Gatherer’s Garden machine. Here you can buy upgrades to your Health Bar or your EVE bar, which powers plasmids. You can also buy additional “slots” in the various categories of plasmids and gene tonics so that you are able to use more and more abilities at one time.

You are able to create some potent and effective characters in BioShock, but you can never get enough ADAM to max out everything so you need to make careful choices about what you value the most.

How do the Big Daddies and Little Sisters intermingle with the other denizens of Rapture?
Paul Hellquist: Big Daddies and Little Sisters roam Rapture doing what they were genetically engineered to do, harvest ADAM. The Little Sister seeks out corpses and consumes their fluids to convert it to ADAM in their digestive system. The Big Daddies follow them around and protect them from the crazed citizens of Rapture who would love to get the ADAM but are generally afraid to confront the Big Daddy. The splicers attempt to back away from an upset Big Daddy, who assumes any close proximity to the Little Sister is a threat. Sometimes the splicer gets cornered and will attack the Big Daddy as a last ditch attempt to escape. This case usually ends badly for the splicer.

We hear there are multiple endings in Bioshock – how do the player’s actions affect the trajectory of the game?
Paul Hellquist: It’s all about choice. Will you exploit the innocent to survive, or will you sacrifice your own safety to be their saviour. These types of choice will influence the ending of the game and several key game systems as well!

Bioshock has a very distinct aesthetic style. What were your influences and how do you think gamers will react to the world of Rapture?
Paul Hellquist: Our main influence was the time period we wanted the game to take place in and what we felt our antagonist and creator of Rapture Andrew Ryan would think was the pinnacle of style. You can never predict what the public is going to like or dislike, so we generally don’t try to. We hope that people will find the visual style to be a breath of fresh air in the washed out grey aesthetic that we are seeing in so many shooters these days. Ultimately, only time will tell what people think of it.

Do you have plans for any Bioshock DLC or spin-offs? We’ve heard rumours that some Gene Tonics and Plasmids are locked out at the moment...
Paul Hellquist: I can’t talk about Downloadable content at this time, but everyone at Irrational loves that downloadable content has become a feature that is not only for PC gamers.

Bioshock has received numerous awards and accolades even before it is released – do you feel there is a great deal of pressure for the game to live up to pre-release expectations?
Paul Hellquist: Winning numerous Best of Shows at the last two E3s rocked. And now, we’re focused on living up to high expectations than to ship a game that no one has ever heard of and doesn’t care about.

Can you tell us about the Achievements in Bioshock and how you decided on what they would be?
Paul Hellquist: We had so many ideas for Achievements in BioShock that we were sad that we were only allowed to have 50. When push came to shove, we decided to focus our Achievements on rewarding players for exploring all of the interesting game systems that are not in most other FPS games, but there are a few surprises in the list as well. I can also tell you that you cannot collect all of the achievements on a single play-through.

Is there a future for the Bioshock series? Or do you want to move onto new projects?
Paul Hellquist: Man, we’re just trying to finish the first one!

Many thanks to XCN and Paul for this great interview!

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rustykaks
rustykaks
Commented on 2007-08-20 18:27:56
sounds brilliant...and after playin the demo it is!
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docLEXfisti
docLEXfisti
Commented on 2007-08-20 18:54:06
my CE should arrive on THU if all goes well ... the wait is unbearable ;(
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rustykaks
rustykaks
Commented on 2007-08-20 18:54:51
The defining 6 months of the Xbox 360s life begins.

http://www.eurogamer.net/article.php?artic...1479&...

for reference:

Game Informer: 10/10
Games Radar: 10/10
PC Gamer UK: 95%
OXM UK: 10/10
Alternative Press: 5/5
PC Zone: 96%
Gamer.tv: 5/5
Eurogamer.net: 10/10
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XboXEmaXX
XboXEmaXX
Commented on 2007-08-20 19:03:09
wow !! I just can't wait !!
Pre-ordered....it's arriving !!
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Kendoguk
Kendoguk
Commented on 2007-08-20 19:35:29
sounds good, glad i got my order in a while ago, i will certainly play through it more than once
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Gamer13
Gamer13
Commented on 2007-08-20 20:24:49
Killer game, getting my copie tomorrow.
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Dangerous
Dangerous
Commented on 2007-08-20 21:35:18
tbh i think this game is overhyped...played the demo and i think its a good game but not something revolutionary
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FordGTGuy
FordGTGuy
Commented on 2007-08-20 22:43:46 In reply to Dangerous
Posted by Dangerous
tbh i think this game is overhyped...played the demo and i think its a good game but not something revolutionary
Game Informer: 10/10
Games Radar: 10/10
PC Gamer UK: 95%
OXM UK: 10/10
Alternative Press: 5/5
PC Zone: 96%
Gamer.tv: 5/5
Eurogamer.net: 10/10

Its on its way to beating Zelda and becoming #1 ranked on gamerankings.com.
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GeRaLTo
GeRaLTo
Commented on 2007-08-20 22:47:57 In reply to Dangerous
Posted by Dangerous
tbh i think this game is overhyped...played the demo and i think its a good game but not something revolutionary
Well Ur not wrong m8. I just finished it and it was really good but quite methodical. Over 50 skills are passive, only a few are actual fun to use. Hacking is a bit boring after a while. Big Daddys and Little Sisters are really cool and fresh idea but I was expecting Daddys to be more challenging to kill. Other enemies are rather similar to each other ( gunners, fireballz foes, walls walkin foes etc ) Graphic, music, sound effects, physics are great tho ( some small framerate issues ). Rapture looks good and it feels convincing. I'd say 8/10.

BTW. I think that actually You can get all achievements in single play ( maybe im wrong, i didnt found all stuff yet )

Good game afterall :D


PS. It feels really weird to see all those 10/10s. I didnt read any reviews b4 playing/finishing the game so I just dont get their point.
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mustacio
mustacio
Commented on 2007-08-20 23:16:15
well some people dont like deeps storys in games and are more into killing things, everyones different. this game is already my favorite game just from the demo, i really enjoy single player games with a deep story the most. but people who are gears of war fans wont really enjoy a game like this since it has no multiplayer and it doesnt have as much action.

i say zelda was overhyped cause i really hate that game but a lot of people like it, everyone likes different things :D
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Ezekiel_Xz
Ezekiel_Xz
Commented on 2007-08-20 23:50:17
I completed this today I do love how this shipped really early and its still not out yet, but theres loads of copies available.

Id say 10/10 without a word of a lie. Not many games hold my attention from start to finish, I litterly couldnt put it down and completed it in 2 days. Id say about 22 hours gameplay I did. I got 820 gamerpoints first run, didnt get all 53 tonic and upgrade all my weapons...oh and played it on medium.

But I can honestly say its the best game Ive played in years, the last game that I couldnt put down was final fantasy 7 and that was a long time ago.
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rustykaks
rustykaks
Commented on 2007-08-21 01:40:45
i envy you's bastids who alreay have it!!!
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Slique
Slique
Commented on 2007-08-21 01:50:59 In reply to GeRaLTo
Posted by GeRaLTo
BTW. I think that actually You can get all achievements in single play ( maybe im wrong, i didnt found all stuff yet )
No offence, but if the DEVELOPERS say you can't get all the achievements in one play through, then you can't. They'll know the game inside and out, and what is possible and what's not, after all.

Can't wait for the game. I'm so hyped!
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Ronsauce
Ronsauce
Commented on 2007-08-21 03:46:23 In reply to mustacio
Posted by mustacio
but people who are gears of war fans wont really enjoy a game like this since it has no multiplayer and it doesnt have as much action.
Way to pigeon-hole a huge group of gamers with absolutely no real reasoning. My roommate and I both loved GoW, but we both thoroughly enjoyed the demo and agree that the game doesn't need mp.

I'd personally say great gameplay trumps a great story any day. GoW had great gameplay that more than made up for the simplistic story because it was fun to play. Shitty gameplay can pretty much break a game and make wading through the deep story a huge chore. If Bioshock supposedly has both, then I don't see why GoW fans would be inclined to dislike it.

Note: not finding a game revolutionary does not equal disliking it
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mustacio
mustacio
Commented on 2007-08-21 04:32:10 In reply to Ronsauce
Posted by Ronsauce
Way to pigeon-hole a huge group of gamers with absolutely no real reasoning. My roommate and I both loved GoW, but we both thoroughly enjoyed the demo and agree that the game doesn't need mp.

I'd personally say great gameplay trumps a great story any day. GoW had great gameplay that more than made up for the simplistic story because it was fun to play. Shitty gameplay can pretty much break a game and make wading through the deep story a huge chore. If Bioshock supposedly has both, then I don't see why GoW fans would be inclined to dislike it.

Note: not finding a game revolutionary does not equal disliking it
gears of wars gameplay was fun but got very repetative. the only thing good bout it was the multiplayer. wat i was talking about was the diehard gears of war fans, not just people who loved(past tense) gears of war. i bought gears of war and loved it then quickly got bored of it, but people who still play the game and still say its the greatest game ever obviously prefer multiplayer more or like playing the singleplayer story over and over because they just like shooting things, cause i think we all know gears didnt have a story good enough to keep playing the single player game.

so like the people who bought the game from launch and are still playing the game are probably just playing now for the multiplayer, and if you like multiplayer that much on games it already obvious that a game like this wont interest you that much. but if you're the type of person who buys games for the single player experience then something like this is wat interest people. theres my reasoning.

i wasnt saying they wont like the game but simply they wont enjoy it as much as the people who just buy a game for Single Player first and Multiplayer second.
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Ronsauce
Ronsauce
Commented on 2007-08-21 04:53:07
I disagree about the mp being the only thing good about Gears. I honestly believe the sp is damn good. The story was pretty thin, but the action was superb.

I think you are better off saying that people who are mp fans may not enjoy this as much as people who are story-rich, sp fans.

When it comes to games with deep, engaging stories, I will NOT play them multiple times for the story(I mean, hell, I already know what's going to happen...). The story will carry me through the first time, but the game's fun-factor is what will warrant another play-through.

So saying that "gears didnt have a story good enough to keep playing the single player game" doesn't hold much merit...with me anyways, as the story isn't what would make me keep playing it. Ninja Gaiden is another example...shitty story, but I'm sure that didn't stop tons of people from replaying it.

Anyways, my point is Gears of War fans, even ones who still play it, can like this game despite your view that they're only into mindless shooting. Multiplayer fans that really only like mp games probably won't like it as much, but they probably shouldn't be playing it in the first place(unless they're trying to broaden their horizons).
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mustacio
mustacio
Commented on 2007-08-21 05:26:22 In reply to Ronsauce
Posted by Ronsauce
I disagree about the mp being the only thing good about Gears. I honestly believe the sp is damn good. The story was pretty thin, but the action was superb.

I think you are better off saying that people who are mp fans may not enjoy this as much as people who are story-rich, sp fans.

When it comes to games with deep, engaging stories, I will NOT play them multiple times for the story(I mean, hell, I already know what's going to happen...). The story will carry me through the first time, but the game's fun-factor is what will warrant another play-through.

So saying that "gears didnt have a story good enough to keep playing the single player game" doesn't hold much merit...with me anyways, as the story isn't what would make me keep playing it. Ninja Gaiden is another example...shitty story, but I'm sure that didn't stop tons of people from replaying it.

Anyways, my point is Gears of War fans, even ones who still play it, can like this game despite your view that they're only into mindless shooting. Multiplayer fans that really only like mp games probably won't like it as much, but they probably shouldn't be playing it in the first place(unless they're trying to broaden their horizons).
yeah you're right but mainly my point was why people hype this game so much since Dangerous thinks this game is overhyped. some people hype this game for gameplay, others for story. i am doing it mostly for story since i like that kind of thing but some people dont really care much for story (like i said in my other post) and care more for gameplay. some people arnt interested in the whole plasmid thing but other people are.

what i'm trying to get at is u really have to enjoy both story and gameplay to realise why people are hyping this game so much. if i didnt like both i know for sure i wouldnt buy this game since i cant like one without the other.

i think this is mostly towards Destroyer from his post but yeah Ronsauce i do agree with you, i think though mostly i worded everything wrong in my post and was trying to say that people who like this kind of stuff are the people who are excited for this kind of stuff. so like me, i love the story and the gameplay so i'm pyched for this game and waiting 15 hours before i can get it just feels like to long despite how close it is!
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GeRaLTo
GeRaLTo
Commented on 2007-08-21 09:54:05 In reply to mustacio
Posted by Slique
No offence, but if the DEVELOPERS say you can't get all the achievements in one play through, then you can't. They'll know the game inside and out, and what is possible and what's not, after all.

Can't wait for the game. I'm so hyped!
I just miss few tonics and few diaries to get 1000/1000 after a first play and im going to find'em b4 last boss fight ( got a save just b4 it ). Read achievemets list and play the game Urself before U believe in devs words
Posted by mustacio
well some people dont like deeps storys in games and are more into killing things, everyones different. this game is already my favorite game just from the demo, i really enjoy single player games with a deep story the most. but people who are gears of war fans wont really enjoy a game like this since it has no multiplayer and it doesnt have as much action.

i say zelda was overhyped cause i really hate that game but a lot of people like it, everyone likes different things :D
Trust me m8. I love deep stories ;]

Im not trying to be original by saying that Bioshock aint that great, im just sharing my pov with You. Like it or leave it. Cheers
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blinx01
blinx01
Commented on 2007-08-21 13:07:58
I have this game and I can confirm you CAN NOT get all the achievements in one go. There are 2 endings for the game, you get 100 gs for each one and you obviously can't get both endings in one play...

As for the game itself, this is the best game in recent times for me. It ticks all the boxes to get a legendary game status. The story twists and turns, the gameplay is not that of your average FPS, the graphics are simply stunning, the voice acting and sound effects are top notch. Just simply amazing.
To think that 360 already has a potential GOTY before Halo 3 is even out speaks volumes about the console.
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catfish
catfish
Commented on 2007-08-21 13:19:09
I suppose its way to early to ask whether there will be a ps3 port, or not.

Anyway, nice interview
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GeRaLTo
GeRaLTo
Commented on 2007-08-21 16:20:36 In reply to blinx01
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Posted by blinx01
I have this game and I can confirm you CAN NOT get all the achievements in one go. There are 2 endings for the game, you get 100 gs for each one and you obviously can't get both endings in one play...
You have no idea wot U talkin bout man. If I were bloody noob i'd post those 2 x 100gs achievements here but im not, they'd spoil the game for You. Get a game, play it, finish it and then send me pm saying " Sorry, I was wrong" Untill then..enjoy Bioshock kid.
blinx01
blinx01
Commented on 2007-08-21 17:54:26 In reply to GeRaLTo
Posted by GeRaLTo
You have no idea wot U talkin bout man. If I were bloody noob i'd post those 2 x 100gs achievements here but im not, they'd spoil the game for You. Get a game, play it, finish it and then send me pm saying " Sorry, I was wrong" Untill then..enjoy Bioshock kid.
Whops. Just realised I made a mistake with my original statement but you are still wrong. You can't get all the achievements in one play through.
There are 2 endings but you only get one 100gs achievement for the 'GOOD' ending. Now if you take the route of the good ending it means you get very little Adam, meaning you can't purchase all the upgrades etc that are related to the other achievements.
WARNING! CONTAINS SPOILERS!
For the full run down on the achievements for this game check this link: http://www.xbox360achievements.org/achievements.ph...

And for your information I have enjoyed and completed the game achieving the 'GOOD' ending. Im now in the middle of my second playthrough to achieve the 'BAD' ending and gain the rest of the achievements.
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GeRaLTo
GeRaLTo
Commented on 2007-08-21 20:26:38
There isnt an achievement for being BAD ( harvesting all sisters ). When U save all of them U still can afford all TONICS ( Collect or Invent 53 Tonics in the Physical, Engineering and Combat tracks ).

Tell me then plz which achievement U get after being "BAD" ( And remember that U CAN afford buying Tonics and Slots without harvesting sis' and You dont need all Plasmid to get an achievement ).

Peace.
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blinx01
blinx01
Commented on 2007-08-21 20:55:24 In reply to GeRaLTo
Its fairly simple. One of the achievements is to beat the game on HARD mode. Now from what you are saying, I gather you are playing on hard mode and are trying to save the Little Sisters? If so, which it must be if you think you're getting all achievements in one go, then you simply don't know what you are talking about.
When playing on HARD mode you get even less ADAM than from playing EASY or NORMAL mode. Add into the fact you are saving the Little Sister meaning less ADAM and that leads to the fact you CAN NOT afford to purchase all the slots required to get this achievement;
Maxed All Tracks - Purchased every slot in all four Plasmid and Tonic tracks.
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gonzax
gonzax
Commented on 2007-08-21 23:07:30
I have played the game twice and it is a masterpiece. I can say that second run was even better than the first time and you can play it in completely different ways which is great. It took me about 20 hours first time and 12-13 the second time.
By the way, I didnt know there was two endings, I saw the same ending both times. How the hell can you see the other ending?
Gonna play it again anyway. Once you enter Rapture you cannot escape!
It´s really wonderful, honestly.
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