It may be hard to believe, but BioShock first made its debut nearly ten years ago, in 2007. Over that time, the game has birthed two sequels, each one garnering numerous accolades. So it only seems proper that after the third in the series, it would be bundled together into one complete collection.
BioShock: The Collection was released towards the end of last year, and offers all the games in the series so far. So what do you get apart from the games? First, each entry in the series has been remastered in 1080p. This will be especially pleasant for those replaying the older games like BioShock and BioShock 2. Along with the original games, you'll also gain access to all of the single player DLC's that were released for each respective title.
The collection will also include Imagining BioShock, a director's commentary featuring Ken Levine, the director of the first and third BioShock games. If you're interested, be sure to check out the source link below to make your purchase. The offer will most likely be limited, and the $28.95 price will not last long.