BioShock Remastered

BioShock Remastered

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MobiusPizza Nov 15, 2017 @ 5:34am
Normal version or Remastered?
After loving Bioshock Infinite I am ready to give the other Bioshocks another try. I have both versions of both (1 and 2) Bioshocks. Wich ones do you recomend to play?
Thank you.
Last edited by MobiusPizza; Dec 3, 2017 @ 4:46am
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Rokaz Nov 15, 2017 @ 7:36am 
Remastered:steamhappy:
MobiusPizza Nov 15, 2017 @ 7:46am 
Originally posted by Rokaz:
Remastered:steamhappy:
Thanks, but any reason for it?
Himuton Dec 3, 2017 @ 2:40am 
Graphics. The biosphere sequence at the start has me sold: the whale has make-over!
Originally posted by MobiusPizza:
After loving Bioshock Infinite I am ready to give the other Bioshocks another try. I have both versions of both (1 and 2) Bioshocks. Wich ones do you recomend to play?
Tank you.

Slightly better graphics
Physics not locked to 30 fps, they now run at a smooth 60
Better options to adjust settings such as FOV as opposed to mapping a key in the orignal but having to do it everytime there was a cut-scene
Better support for newer tech/resolution

Last edited by Lister of Smeg ︻デ┳=ー; Dec 3, 2017 @ 4:10am
MobiusPizza Dec 3, 2017 @ 4:47am 
Thank you both for your answers. I started the BS1 Remastered and everything is great for now :)
SpaceGoatMage Dec 3, 2017 @ 8:43am 
Originally posted by MobiusPizza:
Thank you both for your answers. I started the BS1 Remastered and everything is great for now :)
Be sure to back up your saves as some people have had issues with saves getting corrupted randomly (havent had issues with saves myself but im doing it just in case).
Creamy Elephant Dec 3, 2017 @ 6:35pm 
I have both versions, and while the Remaster looks pretty and has some convenient fixes (resolution, framerate, FOV, etc) it's far more prone to crashing. I've lost my save game several times and these crashes are occurring at random intervals. :(
Cursed Hawkins Dec 3, 2017 @ 7:25pm 
I can't recommend the Remaster honestly the port itself just as way too many issues to count and i even seen the game crash on someone during a live stream.
MobiusPizza Dec 4, 2017 @ 12:12am 
Thanks for answering. For now I'll keep with the remastered, I still didn't have a problem. But just to know, is there any way to use the same save file with the normal one?
Also, for backups, do I need anything else but copying the save file? like disable Steam Cloud (If it has it) or similar?
Creamy Elephant Dec 5, 2017 @ 6:07am 
Remastered saves are not compatible with the original release. Same thing applies to Bioshock 2.
Muad'Dib Dec 6, 2017 @ 2:23am 
I would say Remastered, but I've had too many instances of it crashing and corrupting my saves.
MobiusPizza Dec 6, 2017 @ 4:14am 
It just had an update, and I think that will be another one soon, that should fix all those crashes. At least so they said in the update news.
BDK Dec 6, 2017 @ 5:38am 
Original has wet surfaces, remaster does not.
Guess where the setting is? Underwater.

lol
Fr0stPh03niX Dec 6, 2017 @ 6:05am 
Originally posted by Lister of Smeg ︻デ┳=ー:
Originally posted by MobiusPizza:
After loving Bioshock Infinite I am ready to give the other Bioshocks another try. I have both versions of both (1 and 2) Bioshocks. Wich ones do you recomend to play?
Tank you.

Slightly better graphics
Physics not locked to 30 fps, they now run at a smooth 60
Better options to adjust settings such as FOV as opposed to mapping a key in the orignal but having to do it everytime there was a cut-scene
Better support for newer tech/resolution
OnionBro Dec 6, 2017 @ 7:13am 
Remastered, it has much better graphics, there really isnt a reason to buy the original anymore.
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Date Posted: Nov 15, 2017 @ 5:34am
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