Epic Games had a huge presence at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con with both Gears of War: Judgement, and Fortnite showing off their goodies. Until this year’s SDCC, we knew very little of what Fornite was actually about, how it would look, or really, how in the heck it would play. Well, we have some great news for you, Fortnite looks super-slick and has the capacity to be more fun than any of us really deserve.
Bulletstorm breathes new life into the decaying corpse that is the first person shooter. There are a few disclaimers about the game that I must share before I get into a proper review. First, the game isn’t meant to be taken seriously. The dialog is meant to be ridiculous and cheesy, sort of like if Wolverine was the main character in Ice Pirates (1% of people reading this have seen Ice Pirates). Let’s review the game, not the hype.
Few games in recent years have generated as much “buzz” as Epic’s Bulletstorm. Mainly known for their overly aggro marketing campaign we all wondered if Bulletstorm could walk the walk, because it could sure talk the talk.
Can’t get enough of being called “d*ck-t#ts”or “l@mp d!ck retard”? Well on January 25th you can download the demo for Epic’s latest bloodbath on X-Box Live and PSN.
There have always been two very distinct camps; those that love Halo, and those that love Gears of War. Just when you thought there may be peace, Epic goes and throws down the proverbial nerd gauntlet. This is pretty much the equivalent of a hip hop “diss”.