Bioshock: Utopia (Title Pending) is my basic conceptual idea for the next "Bioshock" game.
I know that as soon as the idea of "Bioshock In Space" registers with your brain your immediate reactions will be thoughts of the "System Shock" Series.
Although thought of in a pesimistic way, I believe that "Bioshock: Utopia" would not be a carbon copy of "System Shock" but an entirely knew interpretation of the Bioshock world with much more contextual detail than could be achieved in 1994 with "System Shock".
The name "Utopia" relates with Columbia in "Bioshock Infinite" in terms of irony.
Your original view of Columbia is a paradise (hence the name "Utopia"), but as you delve deeper into the world you discover corruption, racism and murder; the irony is that it is portrayed as a religious place with the opening scenes involving multiple signs telling you to "Wash Away Your Sins" when in actual fact (although recieving a baptism) you do the exact opposite.
Utopia would be a large metropolis closely related to Rapture, led by Addison Morman, head of the ASTI (American Space Travel Industries).
He has built up Utopia from the ground and filled it with corruption, propaganda and sin.
You play as Samuel DeWitt (The Great Great Great Grandson of Booker's would be cousin Aiden). You have only been here 3 weeks and have been tasked to investigate a simple murder at a local 5* Hotel, but as you delve into the mystery, you realise that a simple murder evoles into a plot of genocide and complete destruction involving many powerful men... including Addison Morman.
You soon realise that "Utopia"... is far from a Utopia.
(More Posts Updated Soon)