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This one wins the 'Best Water At Show' award. Bioshock's set in an art deco underwater complex, one packed with trickling, rippling, dripping and running water.

The underwater setting requires hot water effects - and Bioshock delivers. The shiny tiled floors are coated with layers of reflecting, ripling water. Leaking walls create mini floods, entire rooms are knee-deep in water with dead bodies floating around. It looks great. It's not an action game. You don't shoot people for fun, only when it's necessary. Bioshock's world is full of people. Well, sort of people - everyone's been DNA modified, turning the undersea dwellers into freakish mutants.