Rethink The Orange Box as being the top gaming value, 2K Games and Bethesda Softworks have made a joint announcement of the future bundled release of the 2006 Game of the Year, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and the 2007 Game of the Year, Bioshock. Available together for a meager ($)40 gold in the States, the bundle is to arrive on most retail shelves on July 7th, available for both the Xbox 360 and PC. The same bundle is set to arrive in UK markets on July 10th, available for 30 pounds.
Oblivion quickly became the RPG leader of the early 360-Wii generation with its near-limitless character customization features and a vast, lush world to explore with hundreds of quests and objectives to complete. Bioshock became the critical darling of this same genertaion one year later, drowning players in the underwater dystopia of Rapture, where mutated residents and hulking genetic abominations roamed the sunken city that held dark and forboding secrets about the human soul. Together, the games have collected over 80 accredited gaming awards from the highest video game culture publications.