“Genetically Enhanced” BioShock Confirmed for PS3!

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Oh 2K Games, you’re all a bunch of little fibbers!

Despite countless rumors throughout much of last year that BioShock was coming to the PS3, 2K stood fast and continuously proclaimed that it wasn’t going to happen. And these weren’t the typical vague denials. Oh no, I remember numerous occasions where folks from 2K essentially slammed down their fist and stated without equivocation that the game was exclusive to PC and Xbox 360 and any talk of a PS3 port was completely unfounded.

But as it turns out, BioShock is coming to the PS3 after all, and 2K Games finally came clean today and issued the official press release to prove it.

Not much has been revealed about the PS3 version as of yet, but according to the release it’s a “genetically enhanced” port of last year’s consensus Game of the Year packed “with new features and content that heighten the award-winning experience.” What this new content is has not been announced, but apparently it’s going to be pretty significant, at least significant enough to warrant replaying by even those who’ve already played it on PC or 360. BioShock‘s PS3 incarnation is set for October, so you can count on hearing more about it soon enough. Stay tuned…

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