Summary: Here is what i like about Bulletstorm: On the surface its your usual first person shooter, but if you give it a chance, you will see there is more to it. Whats unique about this game is its skill shot system. Depending on how you kill your enemies, you will get more or less points. These are used to buy new weapons and level up the ones you have.
Summary: ...or serious at all really. A lot of people complain about games that are too serious or shoot-bangy. Well this is still pretty shoot-bang but calling it serious would be quite the blatant lie. It's a shame this game kind of fell under most peoples radars as it's extremely fun care-free murder rampage. The games main gimmick is that the entire point is to, well, gain points. This is achieved by killing enemies in various and creative ways.
Summary: I'm not much into first person shooters, but this game is more like Tony Hawk only using guns. You rack up points depending on the tricks you do shooting enemies, kicking them or lashing them out of cover. The X360 version felt superior to the PS3 one to me and I'm a big PS3 fan, so, there.
Summary: SOOOOO AWESOME! The entire game was surprisingly well written( story wise) and the dialogue had me laughing for hours! I love the mechanics of the game as well. The skill shot system gives the game loads of replay value. But I feel like it could be more... maybe if they had made it into a free roam at a certain point.
Space mercenary on a mutant planet makes a good game
patrick murphy, Amazon
29 September 2013
Summary: Bulletstorm is a one of those popcorn action flicks that you watch on your television. You play a space mercenary who wants revenge on a corrupted general and crash landed onto an abandon planet filled with crazy mutant bandits, aggressive creatures, and a giant wheel of death. the goal is to escape the planet, while getting your revenge by using a variety of different weapons and a high tech like glove that can pull your enemies in and you can whatever you to the enemy.