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Its creator, who goes by Zone-sama, has been making flash games that parody mainstream videogames for years now, and BioCock is just one of many.
Zone games are known for their distinctive art style and woman-centric premises; the female characters, in addition to being beautifully drawn, often have a low-lit, spooky, wide-eyed glare that seems like it would fit better in a horror game than a pornographic one. That said, BioCock in particular portrays a very vanilla depiction of sex, but more on that later.
Zone also uses modified audio from the original games; instead of tracking down a voice actress willing to do a dead-on Elizabeth Comstock impression, BioCock simply does what best it can with the real thing. A few things have made the recent release of BioCock more notable. We can only assume that the release of BioCock made Levine so infuriated that he shut down his entire game studio.
After all, he told everyone to stop making Elizabeth porn, and in response, the most notable porn parody game creator of the day made the best possible Elizabeth porn ever. Should we be surprised that Ken Levine snapped? I hated that I, as a player, was expected to feel fatherly and protective towards her.
I kept wanting Elizabeth to escape I die a little inside with every view. Ironically, BioCock comes haha a lot closer to offering me the version of Elizabeth that I wanted to see than BioShock did.
The protagonist spends the entire game in a completely passive position, lying on the floor while Elizabeth speaks, moans and calls the sexual shots. The result was that I, as a player, ended up feeling like I was actually inhabiting and playing as Elizabeth, not the random phantom dick up front. The sole illicit aspect of BioCock is the knowledge that Ken Levine would hate it.
The knowledge that Elizabeth is engaging in consensual sex, which in the context of BioCock is implied to be voyeuristic in some way, heightens the stakes. Speaking of Elizabeth-centric games that I enjoyed for different reasons than everybody else, the first episode of Burial At Sea also made me feel like I was finally seeing the adult, self-reclaiming Elizabeth that I knew was hiding in there somewhere, waiting to bust out and throw off the shackles. Oh, and she smokes now lay off, Dad. Elizabeth was a bit overdue for this rebellious phase, but better late than never; I was thrilled to see her tell off Booker for his many mistakes at the end of Burial At Sea.
It seems odd that the final title from Irrational Games would be a few-hours-long DLC tale told from the perspective of Elizabeth, rather than yet another story told from the perspective of a failed patriarch foiled by his own ill-considered aspirations. Is it too late to hire Zone-sama? She also blogs at her personal website Metroidpolitan and tweets samusclone.
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