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Bioshock 2 Drill

Updated on August 16, 2010

Bioshock 2 Drill

Bioshock 2 Drill
Bioshock 2 Drill

Bioshock 2 Drill

Bioshock 2 Drill is one of the most representative weapon of the bioshock 2 game and genre. Bioshock 2 takes place underwater in the city of Rapture. The player character is clothed in metal gear, and with a bioshock 2 drill in the right hand. The bioshock 2 drill runs on fuel, and fuel is rather limited in the game. One has to search and search for the fuel for the bioshock 2 drill. Bioshock 2 drill is used above in the picture to drill a hole in the Big Sister.

The bioshock 2 drill can be described as a rather en cumbersome weapon as one has to approach the foe and then start drilling, with a rather athletic enemy like the big sister jumping around, this can be difficult. Nevertheless in 1958, one has to use what one has got.

Bioshock 2 Drill and other weapons

In the early going in Bioshock 2, the bioshock 2 drill is one of the chief weapons. Other weapons that can be picked up in the early going is the bioshock 2 electrobolt. Bioshock 2 electrobolt is one of the bioshock 2 plasmids used early in the game. The bioshock 2 electrobolt is picked up from the Bioshock 2 Adonis Luxury Resort. The bioshock 2 electrobolt assimilation into the player character can be seen here. The purpose of the bioshock 2 electrobolt is used to shock the enemy into standstill, so one can then use the bioshock 2 drill against the enemy.

Bioshock 2 Big Sister Fight

Bioshock 2 Rivet Gun

The bioshock 2 rivet gun is also picked up early in the bioshock 2 game, as an alternative to the bioshock 2 drill once it runs out of fuel. The bioshock 2 rivet gun is different from the bioshock 2 drill as it allows the player character to attack the enemy from a distance, using rivets as bullets. Once the bioshock 2 rivet gun runs out of ammunition, use the bioshock 2 electrobolt plasmid on the left hand to shock the enemy, and then advance with the bioshock 2 drill to finish off the enemy.

More bioshock 2 hints and tips and walkthrough will be presented as they become available. Also bioshock 2 moves into bioshock infinite and into the sky in 2011. Stay tuned!

Bioshock 2 Rivet Gun

Bioshock 2 Rivet Gun
Bioshock 2 Rivet Gun

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