We're just over a quarter of the way into 2017 already. And with it so far has brought some excellent titles. Resident Evil VII, Halo Wars 2, Ghost Recon: Wildlands and Mass Effect: Andromeda have all graced us with their presence. Coupled with a slew of indie titles it's safe to say this years releases so far have not been bad at all. But enough of the past, and whilst there's a lot to look forward to in the future, it's all about the present. Whilst this week only sees a handful of releases, you may want to check them ... Read More »
When it was released in 2011 Bulletstorm was an underappreciated, over the top shooter that put the fun back into the FPS genre. In April we will be seeing a remastered version of the game called Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition and to show us just how over the top the game is Gearbox Software have released a brand new trailer that focuses on the story of the game. In Bulletstorm you play as Grayson Hunt, a former member of an elite group of assassins who is out for revenge. The trailer shows you how intense the gameplay gets and how ... Read More »
This article right here is for all those gamers who missed this hidden gem the first time round. Do not make that mistake again. According to the Brazilian Advisory Rating Board, Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition has been rated for release on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. It's listed as being published by Gearbox Software and is scheduled to be released in 2017. This isn't the first rumour of a Bulletstorm remaster. Back in June, screenshots of a Bulletstorm remaster were included in an E3 asset package distributed by Microsoft, but no official announcement was made, nor has one been made ... Read More »
It's no secret that journalists receive USB sticks full of images, videos, and highlights of each E3 event they go to. It helps them remember and keep track of everything they've seen, even though practically all of those images are already online. Excited fans (or journalists not at the event) take screen grabs of the live streams, and the internet is flooded. The USBs help make sure that they have the correct sizes and quality photos, instead of sifting through 80 google images pages. Apparently this year, a special surprise was on the USBs given out by Microsoft. The particular ... Read More »
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