System Shock 2 begins with you being unfrozen from a long cryogenic sleep aboard the Rickenbacker, a security spaceship assigned to tail the Von Braun on her maiden voyage. Apparently, the Von Braun has been infested by an unknown alien race and has converted the crew into relatively intelligent zombies. You must gather bits of audio clips along the way to figure out what happened to your crew and, more importantly, how you can rid the ship of the aliens. Rely on your skills training from either the Navy, Marines, or OSA to guide you on this difficult path. This 3D title offers unbelievable graphics, as the Thief engine is utilized to provide mouth-watering environments and character skins. The astounding graphics, varied RPG elements, and fluid action make this title worthwhile.
System Shock Infinite 2.4 has been released!
Enhanced by months of user feedback, this update features a complete overhaul of the OS Upgrades system and further develops the Captain Diego storyline. Discover new weapons, enjoy unlimited time in the Cyberspace levels and unravel more mysteries to unlock the multiple endings. Full changelog.
Story. What if it were actually possible, for the Soldier to meet up with Dr. Delacroix in the hangar bays? Join the two of them as they enter Shodan's world and become trapped in her schemes. What is real and what is hallucination, in her artificial reality? The answer lies in the amnesiac player's memory. Full script.
Gameplay. Infinite plays a game of expectations with the veteran player. Core gameplay remains the same, but variation in the familiar events keeps you on edge: the formula is "shaken, not stirred". Choose a lower difficulty for a more arcade experience, or try the higher ones for some old-school RPG complexity.
Steam installation instructions. Right click on System Shock 2 in your Steam library and select "Launch with Fan Missions". When FMSel prompts you about creating the \FMs folder, click "yes". Place Infinite's folder in \FMs and play via FMSel.
GOG installation instructions. Run SS2Tool to update your game. It will add a shortcut to FMSel on the start menu: "SS2 Fan Mission Selector". When it prompts you about creating the \FMs folder, click "yes". Place Infinite's folder in \FMs and play via FMSel.
Alternatively, you can use Blue Mod Manager and place Infinite's folder in \DMM. If you are having issues running mods and your game is installed in Program Files, move it to a different folder like C:\SS2.
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Highest Rated (2 agree) 8/10
It has a nice, creepy atmosphere- but not many scary moments, and a nice RPG system; the story is well paced, and voice acting is pretty good for the time it was released. But it's not perfect as some say: from a technical point, the game is average compared to it's contemporary engines (e.g. Half-Life or Unreal). Monsters and people look too square-shaped, and while they may scare you with their sounds, their look washes away the fear. Sound is also average, some sounds (like the pistol) don't…
Feb 22 2013 by pixl_man