Nathan Sharratt’s Big Sister costume looks as menacing as its video game counterpart:
When Bioshock was released, Nathan Sharatt made a Big Daddy costume. Now that the game’s sequel is out, it makes sense that he’d make a Big Sister costume too.
These papercraft critters are the latest and greatest artistic creations inspired by the upcoming BioShock 2.
Designed by Brooklyn artist Bryan Green of Paper Foldables, these awesome squared-off denizens of Rapture include Baby Jane, Toasty, Subject Delta, Little Sister and Big Sister.
While most everyone I know has been heading off to get a flu shot, I’d personally rather get injected with a dose of Bioshock’s EVE serum instead of a supposedly dead H1N1 virus grown in chicken eggs.
This Bioshock 2 EVE syringe is an exact replica of the nasty looking hypodermic implement found throughout the game.
Frenetic flaming fights get a lot more complicated when you’re carting one of Rapture’s creepy unchildren around, as the newly released BioShock 2 multiplayer trailer proves… but they still look a lot like regular ol’ Capture the Flag.
Does every game necessarily need multiplayer? Nah, certainly not, but these days, it’s pretty standard, though the excellent BioShock was allowed to stand on its own as an (amazing) single player experience. For the sequel, however, players get a chance to experience the fall of Rapture firsthand in the new multiplayer mode.
I was snooping around over on Flickr this morning, when I found these amazing artists renders of some of the new and improved creatures you’ll find in the upcoming Bioshock 2. For starters, here’s a shot of the much-anticipated new Big Sister.
I love the little pink ribbons.
BioShock 2, the sequel to Take-Two’s alternative history shooter has been delayed to the first half of 2010. The horror! The sequel was originally slated to debut late this year, just in time for the holiday buying season, but the title has been pushed back.
Does the game need more development time?
We’re still months away from BioShock 2, but you’d never know it from the projects that have been cropping up in relation to the sequel. And while the Big Sister isn’t nearly as cute as the Big Daddy doll we’ve seen (which produces automatic “awws”), it’s still an incredible figure!
Looks pretty detailed, eh?
BioShock 2 doesn’t even exist yet and already the artisans of the world are hard at work on the sequel to 2K’s alternate-history title. A doll fashioned to look like one of the game’s Big Daddy characters was shown in the sequel’s beautiful (and creepy) trailer, and now that same doll has been recreated in loving detail.