Bioshock: The Collection contains the remastered versions of Bioshock, Bioshock 2, and Bioshock: Infinite, which are FPS games with RPG elements.
Pro Fantastic environments
The Bioshock games will bring you to two rather surreal locations.
First up is the city of Rapture, featured in Bioshock 1 and 2. It's a sprawling, dimly lit city hidden in the ocean, giving it a feel similar to the fabled Atlantis. There are many buildings underwater, including skyscrapers and it's surprising how calming it is to be there, even with the dark atmosphere permeating it.
This is followed up by Columbia, a city in the sky you'll explore in Bioshock: Infinite. It's a collection of very colorful and bright floating islands with white clouds underneath them. The buildings are also not as tall and as imposing as those found in Rapture, giving it a sharp contrast to it.
Both of these locations are a blast to explore and leave a lasting impression.
Pro Superhuman abilities liven up the gunplay
The Bioshock games have a Sci-Fi element to them called the Plasmids. With them your character can obtain special abilities such as shooting flames or summoning a pack of crows. These can be used to gain an advantage over your enemies in various ways.
For example, you can use electricity to zap enemies standing in water or incinerate flammable objects to cause mayhem among the enemy.
It feels really nice having other options beside using guns.