Bioshock's very own Ken Levine has offered a rather curious apology recently in regard to the first game of the series. Namely, he's apologised for the game's final boss encounter - the spliced-up version of Atlas.
Granted, as odd and out-of-place as it was, the final boss fight mattered little for our review of Bioshock so take that as you may. Perhaps it was the game's many rather masterfully-executed twists and turns that detracted from the Atlas fight. Anyhow, it's definitely an odd thing to reference out of the blue.
"Today is the Jewish day of atonement, it seems," said Levine in a succinct. "I'm here to apologize for the naked Atlas boss battle at the end of Bioshock." He then went on to that there will only be "one apology a year."
Since Levine was the director of both Bioshock and Bioshock Infinite, it stands to reason that he'd likely have some regrets about certain portions of these games, but it's hard to tell whether he was being cheeky with his Tweet or not.
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