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  • Summary: You receive the call: Tenenbaum desperately needs you to steal as much ADAM as possible, to help thwart Sofia Lamb's insane plan. Enter the Protector Trials: frantic combat challenges designed to push your mastery of weapons and Plasmids to the limit. The goal in each Trial is simple: get your Little Sister to an ADAM-rich corpse and keep her safe while she gathers precious ADAM. Opposition mounts as your Little Sister nears her goal - will you survive the onslaught? Each Trial features three unique weapon and Plasmid load-outs, keeping the challenge fresh, as well as a fourth bonus load-out the player receives when all previous load-outs are completed. Collapse
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  1. Feb 19, 2014
    It's a decent time waster, and it's fun to go through waves of enemies with limited weapons and plasmids, forcing you to develop new styles of play you probably haven't used before. That's all it is though, just waves of enemies. It's a fairly small DLC and can get old rather quickly.

    I won't say this DLC is a must-have, but if you're a serious BioShock fan and happen to enjoy the wave-of-enemies gameplay, then go for it.
  2. Feb 22, 2014
    A relatively boring horde mode DLC. You are given a specific set of plasmids, tonics, and weapons and you must defend a Little Sister from enemies that come in waves. It was alright for the first few levels, but it quickly becomes repetitive and you won't want to go back and replay any that you have done before. On top of the repetitiveness, the levels are not much of a challenge and you get no benefit from scoring high other than seeing a few pieces of concept art for the game. Recommend passing unless you're a big fan of the game. Expand