History VideoGame / BulletStorm

10th Dec '17 5:00:17 PM nombretomado
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* CutsceneBoss: For all their mocking of ''VideoGame/CallOfDuty VideoGame/ModernWarfare'' in ''DutyCalls'', the final battle of ''Bulletstorm'' turns out to be a quicktime events fight that plays out remarkably similar to the one from the end of ''Modern Warfare 2''.

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* CutsceneBoss: For all their mocking of ''VideoGame/CallOfDuty VideoGame/ModernWarfare'' in ''DutyCalls'', ''VideoGame/DutyCalls'', the final battle of ''Bulletstorm'' turns out to be a quicktime events fight that plays out remarkably similar to the one from the end of ''Modern Warfare 2''.



* TakeThat: ''DutyCalls'', a free downloadable game made by the developers to parody "realistic" shooters.

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* TakeThat: ''DutyCalls'', ''VideoGame/DutyCalls'', a free downloadable game made by the developers to parody "realistic" shooters.
25th Nov '17 7:20:57 AM Joylock
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* UpdatedReRelease: ''Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition'' is an updated version of the game primarily intended for the 8th generation of video game consoles. Features include improved graphics, an unlocked frame rate on the PC (the original game was locked to 62 frames without modding), and most notably the ability to replace Grayson with Franchise/DukeNukem as the protagonist.

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* UpdatedReRelease: ''Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition'' is an updated version of the game primarily intended for the 8th generation of video game consoles. Features include improved graphics, graphics (though not too dramatic since the difference is only about half a console generation), an unlocked frame rate on the PC (the original game was locked to 62 frames without modding), and most notably the ability to replace Grayson with Franchise/DukeNukem as the protagonist.
25th Nov '17 7:13:55 AM Joylock
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* UpdatedReRelease: ''Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition'' is an updated version of the game primarily intended for the 8th generation of video game consoles. Features include improved graphics, an unlocked frame rate on the PC (the original game was locked to 62 frames without modding), and most notably the ability to replace Grayson with Franchise/DukeNukem as the protagonist.
19th Nov '17 3:00:07 PM SolidSonicTH
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* BulletTime: Kicking or yanking enemies into the air with your tether slows them so you can line up the perfect shot.

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* BulletTime: A weird variation. Kicking or yanking enemies into the air with your tether slows them ''them'' so you can line up the perfect shot.shot but everything else is still moving in real time.
1st Nov '17 7:50:37 PM LlamaAdventure
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** Upon reaching the Ulysses, Grayson and Ishi note that there are unused escape pods. [[spoiler: Grayson and Trishka eventually use one as a last-ditch effort to escape the planet before the DNA bomb goes off.]]
27th Oct '17 5:12:16 AM LlamaAdventure
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** There's all kinds of crazy things you can do to enemies for skillshot bonuses, but the Bullet Kick and Bullet Slide (aka killing an enemy during their BulletTime period after being kicked or slid into) and Headshot (which is easy to do during the aforementioned skillshots unless the enemy's wearing a helmet) are the easiest and most reliable way to score skillshots. There's also skillshots involving persistent stage hazards that only require you to launch an enemy into them for a OneHitKill and are easily spammable, and Vertigo, which is just killing an enemy via falling damage (which can easily be done by just booting them off one of the many ledges in the game.)

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** There's all kinds of crazy things you can do to enemies for skillshot bonuses, but the Bullet Kick and Bullet Slide (aka killing an enemy during their BulletTime period after being kicked or slid into) and Headshot (which is easy to do during the aforementioned skillshots unless the enemy's wearing a helmet) are the easiest and most reliable way to score skillshots. skillshots, and combining either the kick or slide skillshot with Headshot gets you 75 points per kill. There's also skillshots involving persistent stage hazards that only require you to launch an enemy into them for a OneHitKill and are easily spammable, spammable (and usually award 100 points per kill,) and Vertigo, which is just killing an enemy via falling damage (which can easily be done by just booting them off one of the many ledges in the game.game, though it only gets you 50 points per kill.)
27th Oct '17 5:05:41 AM LlamaAdventure
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** There's all kinds of crazy things you can do to enemies for skillshot bonuses, but the Bullet Kick and Bullet Slide (aka killing an enemy during their BulletTime period after being kicked or slid into) and Headshot (which is easy to do during the aforementioned skillshots unless the enemy's wearing a helmet) are the easiest and most reliable way to score skillshots. There's also skillshots involving persistent stage hazards that only require you to launch an enemy into them for a one hit kill and are easily spammable, and Vertigo, which is just killing an enemy via falling damage (which can easily be done by just booting them off one of the many ledges in the game.)

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** There's all kinds of crazy things you can do to enemies for skillshot bonuses, but the Bullet Kick and Bullet Slide (aka killing an enemy during their BulletTime period after being kicked or slid into) and Headshot (which is easy to do during the aforementioned skillshots unless the enemy's wearing a helmet) are the easiest and most reliable way to score skillshots. There's also skillshots involving persistent stage hazards that only require you to launch an enemy into them for a one hit kill OneHitKill and are easily spammable, and Vertigo, which is just killing an enemy via falling damage (which can easily be done by just booting them off one of the many ledges in the game.)
27th Oct '17 5:05:03 AM LlamaAdventure
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** There's all kinds of crazy things you can do to enemies for skillshot bonuses, but the Bullet Kick and Bullet Slide (aka killing an enemy during their BulletTime period after being kicked or slid into) and Headshot (which is easy to do during the aforementioned skillshots unless the enemy's wearing a helmet) are the easiest and most reliable way to score skillshots. There's also skillshots involving persistent stage hazards that only require you to launch an enemy into them for a one hit kill and are easily spammable, and Vertigo, which is just killing an enemy via falling damage (which can easily be done by just booting them off one of the many ledges in the game.)
27th Oct '17 4:58:15 AM LlamaAdventure
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* AwesomeButImpractical: The [[RemovableTurretGun detachable minigun]] overheats if you hold down the trigger too long. This wouldn't be so bad except that the battery constantly runs down even when you're not firing, severely limiting how much you can actually use it. There's also the fact that unless you can consistently score headshots, the only way to score a decent amount of points with a minigun is to spray and pray for the Full Throttle bonus.

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* AwesomeButImpractical: The [[RemovableTurretGun detachable minigun]] overheats if you hold down the trigger too long. This wouldn't be so bad except that the battery constantly runs down even when you're not firing, severely limiting how much you can actually use it. There's also the fact that unless you can consistently score headshots, the only way to score a decent amount of points with a minigun is to spray and pray for the Full Throttle bonus.skillshot.
27th Oct '17 4:57:30 AM LlamaAdventure
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* AwesomeButImpractical: The [[RemovableTurretGun detachable minigun]] overheats if you hold down the trigger too long. This wouldn't be so bad except that the battery constantly runs down even when you're not firing, severely limiting how much you can actually use it.

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* AwesomeButImpractical: The [[RemovableTurretGun detachable minigun]] overheats if you hold down the trigger too long. This wouldn't be so bad except that the battery constantly runs down even when you're not firing, severely limiting how much you can actually use it. There's also the fact that unless you can consistently score headshots, the only way to score a decent amount of points with a minigun is to spray and pray for the Full Throttle bonus.
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