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Bulletstorm (PS3)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 79 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the action and graphics. The gameplay and story also get good comments. Many are critical about the size. Opinions are divided on the single player gameplay.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Bulletstorm (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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Bulletstorm (PlayStation 3)

 

Sci-fi first-person shooter Bulletstorm is a celebration of adolescent crassness. It is neither artful nor sophisticated, proudly wearing strings of obscenities as a badge of dishonor. Subtle it isn't; entertaining, it is. Where the meatheaded...

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Bulletstorm

 

People Can Fly is a Polish developer with a relatively short resume. In 2004, they came out withPainkiller, which was and is one of the most straightforward shooters ever: you're in hell and you want out, so you'd better kill everything you see....

As a sequel to Painkiller, spiritual or otherwise, Bulletstorm is a disappointment. The best way to approach it, if you played Painkiller, is to forget there's a link between the two games at all. Instead, take Bulletstorm for what it is: a ridiculous...

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Bulletstorm

 

Quirky story, character and mechanics; beautifully executed and fast-paced

Short campaign, lackluster multiplayer

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Bulletstorm

 

It's official, FPSs have taken over the world. With their quick reward schemes, feel good accomplishments, and the knowledge that you're simply better than others (or maybe worse), it's no wonder but they are becoming a tad stale. A standardized...

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Bulletstorm

 

In today's gaming market, it's rather refreshing to see a new IP released by a company. We have become accustomed to seeing a nonstop flow of sequels and remakes over the past few years; new ideas are often dropped in favor of rehashing “sure-fire”...

I absolutely love Bulletstorm but can admit that there is a lot wrong within the game. An otherwise thoroughly enjoyable experience is riddled with technical problems and hiccups throughout a majority of the single player campaign. Thankfully, you will...

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Bulletstorm Review

 

In partnership with Epic games and People Can Fly comes the new IP Bulletstorm. The tag-line to sell the game is to “kill with skill”, but is the game r [...]

While the biggest thing in Bulletstorm is the skill shots and asking players to think more about how to kill someone for points can get tiresome quickly for some players who are traditional in their style of play in FPS games.

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Bulletstorm Review

 

There's no doubt that Bulletstorm delivers a solid ten hours of fresh, bloody fun, but any more time spent with Grayson and crew seems a confused antithesis of modern first-person shooters.

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Bulletstorm Review

 

Brash, juvenile, intense, and violent, Bulletstorm surpasses the hype in some ways while failing to live up to it in others.

Skillshots reward players for creativity, brazenly vicious action, arcade-style Echoes mode, and imaginative environments

Unfulfilling climaxes, thin multiplayer, claustrophobic levels

Brian Rowe is Sr. Editor at GameShark and also manages our YouTube Channel .

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Bulletstorm

 

The planet of Stygia is a detailed one, and the sweeping vistas and expansive set pieces border on incredible. Even the voice acting is done well and superb.

The trainer for Bulletstorm is one of the best of the year so far, and a must have for anyone looking to get even more out of one of the year's best games.

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Bulletstorm Review

 

I can admit when I'm wrong. Before the Bulletstorm demo released on Xbox Live and the Playstation Network, I was pretty harsh in my criticisms.

Skillshots encourage creativity ; Characters are surprisingly interesting ; Great feeling of scale

Scarcity of charge ammo ; No cover system ; No cooperative campaign

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