Summary: Fun, free online FPS which feels more like an AAA title than what we're used to seeing from the F2P market. Movement and guns feel good, graphics are good, maps are very well designed, weapons are very balanced, very good customisation on both your character and your weapons (mods, skins and decals), upgradable skills work well without feeling overpowered, actually requires skill instead of gimmicks, very responsive devs who actually listen to the community and...
Summary: This game is definitely a really fun game. It's unique for a FPS, as it the interesting skills, taunts, and one thing that I really enjoy, the character customization. It puts YOU in the game, instead of a character you control. The graphics are rather nice, and I am able to run them just fine. The atmosphere is a whole lot of fun, considering it's a game show. It's fun to see little cameras flying around, you can see them up on corners.
Summary: Now don't get me wrong the game is fun and addictive but is still a poorly executed game. First off if you like Call of Duty Modern Warfare then you will be a fan of this game. The shooting is exactly the same with taunts and skills to use. Sadly you need to unlock skills throughout each match and then lose them at the end of every one unlike kill streaks. The shooting still feels fine. The Graphics are good just not polished.
Summary: In my opinion, Bullet Run is not a bad game. The gameplay is smooth and the guns seem to handle well as far as i can tell. There is a decent amount of variety in the weapons, weapons customization, and character customization. Unfortunately, the game falls a bit short in its presentation. The game has a few decent maps, but they get repetitive quickly as each match seems to last a bit too long (20mins).
Summary: For me, bullet run was a very unique experience. People are relatively easy to kill and the bonuses you get from getting kills and taunting really freshen up the gameplay. The game also has a neat reload system in which you can press the right mouse button in order to reload faster. This gives the multiplayer another way to dominate the other players. While it may seem like a small addition, this did wonders to the gameplay to me.
Summary: This game adds nothing new. It's an incredibly generic shooter with limited game modes. TDM and a domination clone. Graphics are alright, but nothing to be amazed at. Characters look generic to 'persuade' you to buy coins. And while that is of course what they're after, the things you can buy in the marketplace are bland and unimaginative. There's very few weapons. Just a couple of clones of other availible guns with the prefix "black". Lobbies are largely empty.
Summary: Bullet Run, also known as Hedone TV, also known as Parabellum, tries to stand out from all the other F2P FPS's but does a terrible job at it. It's prime selling point is that instead of serving in another generic war, you're a star on a reality TV show where stars kill each other for fame and glory. All across the maps you'll find cameras flying, cameras on rails filming you as you fill your opponent with bullets to entertain an invisible and mute crowd.
Summary: These servers are awful and just flat out frustrating. 99% of your time will be spent trying to get into a server. Everybody gets "Authentication Timeout" when trying to get in a game. It was alright the one game I got into.
Summary: Terrible game. Very generic shooter which doesn't bring anything new except for two annoying announcers who are very irrelevant and fail at creating the atmosphere this game wants to bring in - which was **** to begin with. Stay away from the game.