The BioShock games managed to keep players hooked on its world, characters, and most importantly, its storyline. The community loved it so much that the endings for all three games were tied for the top spot on this list. In the first game, Jack’s quest to stop Andrew Ryan was the result of Atlas, a.k.a. Frank Fontaine, giving him commands with the trigger phrase, “would you kindly.” Depending on your actions with the Little Sisters, you can nurture them or they can become your source for more ADAM materials. The sequel also took place in Rapture and put you in control of the Big Daddy named Subject Delta, who is trying to rescue their Little Sister, named Eleanor. If you save other Little Sisters, Eleanor will leave Rapture and have a positive outlook on her future. However, using the Little Sisters for ADAM will make her evil when she leaves the underwater city.
BioShock: Infinite left players stunned with its take on multiple timelines. Elizabeth Comstock’s time-traveling powers are the result of an incident where she was taken from her father, who turns out to be the game’s protagonist, Booker DeWitt. The fight between Booker and Zachary Comstock, the man who took Elizabeth, takes place in many alternate timelines. The real shocker comes during a baptism where DeWitt finds out that depending on his participation in the ritual he stays as himself or turns into Zachary Comstock.
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