This is probably an odd question, but I was discussing Bioshock 2 with a Clinical Psych. the other day, and she pointed out that the Little Sister/Adam mechanic could very easily be seen as a metaphor for abuse or pedophilia. You, the father figure, are "harvesting" them. This had never occurred to me oddly enough. Has anyone run across a literary or philosophical analysis of the game? Something beyond the blatant "Objectivism" and "Communism" of course. I've read No Gods or Kings but haven't seen anything on Bioshock 2.