BioShock: The Collection bundle will be released for the new generation Xbox One and PlayStation game consoles.

News about the bundle was first seen on the Brazil Advisory Rating Board, wherein the games are rated corresponding to current generation consoles such as the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, as well as the PC, Xbox 360 and PS3.

If the rating is true, it would mean that players will no longer have to depend on emulators or on their old game consoles in order to play the original trilogy of the game.

It also suggests that all three of the retro-futuristic titles will be remastered in order for gamers to play them on modern consoles.

Originally released on the PS3 and the Xbox 360, the bundle will include BioShock, BioShock 2 and BioShock Infinite.

Bioshock is known as one the best video games of all time. Once the player starts playing the game, he is bound to be haunted by its opening sequence which is perhaps its most iconic and memorable part ever. Even prior to game play, the opening sequence already created the mood for the entire game. Players are naturally drawn to the game's eerie yet thrilling appeal.

However, it's also known to have some technical issues upon its release. These range from a complete lack of audio on some machines to issues that deal with the SecuROM online activation.

Apart from the technical side of the issues, there are some minor differences that were also noted between playing the game on the PC and on the Xbox 360. While the PC version seemed to have the expected mouse and keyboard support, the game nevertheless has full support for Xbox 360's wired controller.

So far, BioShock's story is considered one of the best stories ever witnessed on the Xbox 360. It encourages thinking and develops one's decision-making skills when it comes to fighting smarter using the various tools in the game.

Other notable features of gameplay include a relatively robust RPG-style character development; gorgeous visuals that can be too much to handle for the eyes; genuinely shocking twists in the story; and a more personal experience compared to the game's movie version.

It is not yet clear when the remastered titles will be heading to the Xbox One and the PS4, as the listing on the rating board does not indicate any release date. Moreover, the bundle's release on new generation consoles are yet to be officially announced.

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