(Keep in mind, I'm only saying "slightly" here). I wouldn't say my expectations for BioShock were huge - in fact, I hadn't even heard of it until a week before its release (not paying too close attention to the Gaming World these days). But it has quite a high score on MetaCritic, not to mention the glowing approval of some MacRumors users (not to be confused with MacRumorUser). I think that the overall interactability of the enviornment in the Rapture is absolutely incredible. Almost everything you see you can move, punch, or alter in some way. I thought that Resistance was cool, because, though I'm a bigger fan of GoW, I felt Resistance's environment could be intereacted with more easily. Resistance doesn't hold a candle to BioShock. However, it's the story of BioShock that I have been disappointed with. This isn't to say it's bad... I just haven't found it incredible, and I'd like to think I'm a good ways into it (just got to the Farmer's Market level, if that's any indication). So anyway, I don't think the story's bad - just, after the rave reviews - which said, ostensibly, that BioShock was a FPS with a great story - I don't think it's the best thing since sliced bread either. So far, BioShock reminds me of a new-and-much-improved F.E.A.R. Anyone disagree?