Square Enix announced that it would be partnering with developer People Can Fly to produce an original title for PC and Console.
Bulletstorm was a game that I hadn’t heard of back in 2011. I had visited this local gaming store and saw the box art for it and had noticed Epic Games was behind it, of which I am a huge fan of the Gears of War series. Why hadn’t I known about this game then? Well it seems the game was only going to cost me about $4, so I bought it, of course. Initially, I didn’t have my expectations too high due...[Read More]
WINNER ANNOUNCED: Congratulations SpeedBrkr for winning this Bulletstorm nutcracker! Epic Games’ Bulletstorm received mixed criticism. While the game was solid, some people complained about the manner in which the game was presented, calling it immature and childish. I think it was all in good fun. So did Epic, and the game’s developer. With a skill shot called the Nutcracker, which co...[Read More]
Today’s episode goes just a smidge over our general hour-ish limit, clocking in at about two hours. Ok, maybe more than just a smidge, but it was fun, and screw you for judging me. Episode 031, titled “Too Cool for E3,” covers a wide range of topics. Insert a clever segue here, leading into Dawnguard and its beta, Injustice: Gods Among Us, LEGO Lord of the Rings, Castlevania: Lor...[Read More]
As gamers we are so spoiled. Many of the titles coming out now have fantastic soundtracks, yet sadly they are never released for the fans to enjoy (seriously, why is this becoming a common trend?). Epic Games, being the awesome individuals that they are, have recently put up a link on their website allowing all to download the complete soundtrack to their latest hit, Bulletstorm.
Is this happening? Could it really be? This game, ephemeral, phantasmal, like a wraith clinging to long dead tree branches, has finally materialized into a physical thing. It exists. Its coming. And I’ve played 20 minutes of it. Oh God, the world must be ending…
A milestone has been hit! The fifth episode of the groundbreaking podcast Marooners’ Talk, titled “Mmm, beefy!”, is complete and available for your listening consumption below and, either sometime today or tomorrow, on iTunes! Of course, if you’ve already subscribed on iTunes, you don’t have to worry about continually checking!
The fourth episode of Marooners’ Talk features our new numbering system where the episode number actually matches the number of episodes! I know, I know, we’re bucking our system, throwing your world on its head, shattering everything you once believed to be true. Frankly, we got tired of explaining that Episode 2 was actually our third episode, etc.
Episode 000 of Marooners’ Talk is now up. Why did we start off our number at “000?” Because one of our asshole writers thought it would be cool and unique. Now we’re going to have to celebrate our tenth episode during Episode 009, our 50th episode during Episode 049, and our 100th episode during Episode 099. Jackass.
The demo for the hotly anticipated action shooter will be dropping near the end of the month.
Today has definitely been a busy day for video game fans, and it seems that the news is going to keep on coming. Four new Bulletstorm screenshots have been released, so, for those of you who are eagerly awaiting this sweet FPS from EA & Epic Games, hopefully this satiates you all until February 22nd, 2011.