BioShock 2 interview: Multiplayer

Following on from the first part of our exclusive interview with the BioShock 2 team last week, here are the game's creators' thoughts on the multiplayer experience of the highly-anticipated sequel, out today.

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Serves 4

Lobster baked potato

Serves 4

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In the bar below my new restaurant in Soho, we are developing lots of delicious small plates of nibbles and snacks. We tend to just call them "snax", but the influence has pretty much come from the Spanish tapas which most people know and love. Tapas began life as free nibbles at bars in Spain – they would usually consist of the fishermen's by-catch of small fish, which would be put on the bar-top to encourage more drinking. In small villages, men would go out on a tapeo to different bars, drinking and nibbling on tasty free morsels.

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Serves 6-8

Daily slots for Gabby Logan and Richard Bacon in BBC Radio 5 Live shake-up

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Fritters of sprouting broccoli with anchovy sauce

Serves 4

Veal chop with sage and aioli

Serves 4

Coronation chicken on toast

Serves 4

So I Have Thought of You: The Letters of Penelope Fitzgerald, ed Terence Dooley

"There was never any distance between Penelope and the page," writes Terence Dooley, introducing the distinguished writer's letters to her children, lovers, friends, publishers and fellow writers. Indeed, raw emotions, from gaiety to anxiety, shine from these pages. Except for the hole in the middle of the collection (her family's houseboat sunk and with it those letters detailing her child-bearing years), they show the dramatic arc of her life, through early success, a career as literary editor, destitution, and upwards again.

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Serves 4 as a snack

Potato skins with spiced herb mayonnaise

Serves 2-4
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