Bulletstorm

  • Bulletstorm
81
Based on 30 scores, 36 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    8
  • Good:
    17
  • Average:
    4
  • Bad:
    1

Pros:

  • Deviously brilliant Skillshots.
  • Engaging storyline.
  • Clever level design.

Cons:

  • End seems tacked on.
  • Lackluster multiplayer.

Expert reviews and ratings

By TechSpot on -

The single-player portion of Bulletstorm certainly makes for a fun and unique shooter experience. While there's still a limited number of ways to entertain the skillshot system, the game didn't seem to get old, at least for me. Concerning the multipla...

By ITP.net on 80

Bulletstorm is a fantastic FPS title that can easily go head-to-head with all the established IPs. It’s a visceral, sense-assaulting game that will engage you with its single- and multi-player components....

By Tom's Hardware UK on -

Although the game had significant performance issues when it was released, Bulletstorm now benefits from the latest graphics drivers and a patch from its developers. Now is the perfect time to see what kind of hardware this game requires for smooth...

By Atomic MPC on 86

A lot of fun if you can get past the porting...

By PCWorld New Zealand on 60

Although others will get enjoyment out of it, Bulletstorm was clearly made with two demographics in mind – stereotypical fratboys who call each other ‘broseph’ and high-five when they fart, and the evil, foulmouthed creatures of Xbox Live, who have...

By itreviews.com on -

It's completely bananas, takes massive glee in celebrating your finest kills, and offers the kind of rollicking entertainment that others would do well to acknowledge. Bulletstorm might have problems, but it's an absolute hoot to play, and pretty near...

By ThinkDigit on 70

The game’s pre-launch hype about it being a one-of-a-kind shooter is not all hype, sure, but for the storyline to be effectively similar to the very military shooters that Epic Games mocked with Duty Calls, is unseemly hypocrisy, even if some...

By TechTree on 80

Expert Review Developers: People Can Fly and Epic GamesPublisher: Electronic ArtsGenre: First Person ShooterGame Engine: Unreal Engine 3.5Cross Platform: Yes (Xbox 360, PS3)Price: Rs. 999 (PC), Rs. 2,499 (Xbox 360), Rs. 2,499 (PS3)Every genre of...

By FiringSquad on 74

Bulletstorm is a collaboration from People Can Fly and Epic Games that harkens back to the heyday of first-person shooters with its over-the-top violence and endless foul-mouthed banter. You play as Grayson Hunt, leader of a group of rogue ex-military...

By Expert Reviews on 80

In spite of the crude humour and short campaign, Bulletstorm is a fantastic FPS. It’s not big or clever, but it is a whole lot of fun....

By Gamers Daily News on 80

Intro: The Plot BulletStorm’s intro story is one that players have seen a dozen times in movie plots, so I was a bit hesitant to really get too far into the game. Within moments of the introduction you find out you’re playing a special op...

By Hooked Gamers on 90

If you are one for immature humour, stupid storylines, surprisingly deep characters, or just blowing shit up, Bulletstorm is the game for you. Essentially, Bulletstorm is a slightly more sophisticated Serious Sam with a big-budget campaign slapped on the top for good measure and a surprising...

By PC Mag on 80

Bulletstorm may be light on extras, and it has some minor graphical issues, but the FPS' wonderfully creative kills makes it a more than worthy purchase....

By GameSpy on 90

Even at this early juncture, EA's over-the-top shooter Bulletstorm looks to be the frontrunner for the Most Divisive Game of the Year award. A lot of people are going to love it, and a lot of people are going to hate it for a variety of reasons. I...

By Techworld on -

Any gamer can attest that the first person shooter genre is easily the most over-populated video game category, and for good reason: They're also the most popular (to Western gamers, at least). Developers and publishers churn out shooters like...

By Armchair Empire on 80

Bulletstorm is one of the more entertaining throwback first-person shooter games that I can recall playing in the last few years. Having more similarity to the cartoony antics of Duke Nukem 3D than the polished style of the Crysis...

By ign.com on 80

Bulletstorm demonstrates the value of "why" for action games. Taken out of the context of its fiction, People Can Fly would have something fun but forgettable on their hands, but the way Bulletstorm fits together results in something cool and...

By Cheat Code Central on 86

Bulletstorm caters to a unique audience. Unlike most modern shooters who take themselves far too seriously, this game targets people who laugh at dick and fart jokes, enjoy unloading a clip's worth of lead into another man's naughty bits, and like...

By GameSpot on 80

This crass shooter has its drawbacks, but it's got no shortage of stylish...

By GameZone on 75

From all of the pre-release hype you would think that Bulletstorm is the next triple-A franchise from Epic. Hyped to hell and back by one Mr. Cliff Bleszinski and developed by People Can Fly, the team behind Painkiller, Bulletstorm definitely feels...