The universe of BioShock is very rich in content and throughout 3 games we were able to enjoy everything that Rapture and Columbia offered us on a trip that is still memorable for many players.
The history of the series is propitious to carry out analysis of all kinds and today a new book on the trilogy was published thanks to the French publisher Third Editions.
Today, the publisher Third Editions released the book BioShock: From Rapture to Columbia, the result of the research and analysis work of Mehdi El Kanafi, Nicolas Courcier and Raphaël Lucas, who concentrated on collecting material and stories that account for the process of BioShock, BioShock 2 and BioShock Infinite.
The book, focused on the fans of the series, offers a literary analysis of the games and their different phases of development, where you will find details and anecdotes about the creation of each title.
In addition, data and materials from the development cycle have displayed that show how the franchise took shape to become one of the most celebrated in recent years. Finally, the research work seeks to measure the impact that the trilogy has had on the industry.
BioShock: From Rapture to Columbia is only for sale on the official site of Third Editions in 2 editions, a standard that includes the 192-page hardcover book, priced at $29.90 and a Collector’s Edition of the book is also available that includes an alternative cover and a dust cover.