Bioshock DLC - Bioshock 2 Minerva's Den £2.24, BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 1 £3.95, BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 2 £5.99 @ GreenManGaming - HotUKDeals
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3 Likes #1
I was gonna re-download Infinite to play Burial At Sea after episode 2 was released. Then I saw that the download on Steam would be 44GB.

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#2
LoL 44 gig ??? Wow. that would take me so very very long. I'm only on 7 meg.
#3
Got Burial at Sea: Episode 1 recently and whilst I liked it, I thought it was quite short. Is Minerva's Den sufficiently meaty to be worthwhile downloading??
PS: it may be six years old but I have just got around to playing Dead Space. What a fabulous little game...
5 Likes #4
Don't forget to use the 20% off code. P36EYA-K5JYKT-ABO7X9

Makes Minerva's Den £1.80.
#5
cannibalwombat
I was gonna re-download Infinite to play Burial At Sea after episode 2 was released. Then I saw that the download on Steam would be 44GB.

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About 90 mins dl :)
#6
Minerva's den is outstanding. Around 4-5 hours. Basically a mini BioShock with constant upgrades. Better than BAS imo. BAS is great for overarching story though. Minerva's den is great as a standalone thing. Make sure you use a 360 pad though.
#7
menhel
Minerva's den is outstanding. Around 4-5 hours. Basically a mini BioShock with constant upgrades. Better than BAS imo. BAS is great for overarching story though. Minerva's den is great as a standalone thing. Make sure you use a 360 pad though.

360 pad? Whats wrong with a M + keyobard?
2 Likes #8
QuatrroDDD
360 pad? Whats wrong with a M + keyobard?

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#9
If you own Bioshock 2 on Steam, do a search for Minerva's Den first. I found that I owned it already (on steam), even though I was thinking of buying it.
#10
Bioshock is also on the humble bundle so a great time to get your feet wet (pun intended)
#11
JF79
Bioshock is also on the humble bundle so a great time to get your feet wet (pun intended)
GMG appear to have caught onto this - they've also got a sale on Mafia II and XCOM DLC.

Edited By: eladkse on Jul 17, 2014 11:58
#12
QuatrroDDD
menhel
Minerva's den is outstanding. Around 4-5 hours. Basically a mini BioShock with constant upgrades. Better than BAS imo. BAS is great for overarching story though. Minerva's den is great as a standalone thing. Make sure you use a 360 pad though.

360 pad? Whats wrong with a M + keyobard?

The game's a little old and seems more optimised for a pad after trying to use a mouse and keyboard for 30 mins. If you're more comfortable with a M+K then go for it.
#13
Bought Minerva's Den only to find out I already own it, well played.

EDIT: I have both BioShock and Minerva's Den available. If anyone wants them, message me.

Edited By: SixFeet on Jul 17, 2014 16:42
#14
Bioshock 2 ALWAYS crashes for me with DX10 enabled

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