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The Bulletstorm trailer after the break really speaks for itself. Specifically, it says things for itself like "combos that'll pucker your butthole." To find out if that claim is accurate, you'll be able to check out a demo tomorrow. You don't have to tell us if it is....

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Based on all the promotional materials we've seen and hands-on time we've had with Bulletstorm, we can confidently say that the game looks to be what those in the scientific community would call "a trip." Epic Games has clued in our sister site Big Download to a feature that might exponentially inc...

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We've all seen it: you're making your way through a game and you notice something about the enemies. The bad guys in level seven look eerily familiar to those zombie elves you dispatched in level three. In Bulletstorm, an entire army has been created from just one guy, and a People Can Fly dev b...

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"It can't possibly be that stupid, can it?" It's the thought we've had from the moment we first saw the game title (which is still Bulletstorm, by the way) to when we heard an NPC call the player a "butt chugger" and "wiener apprentice," or whatever it is they actually say. Can the game really b...

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Some of Bulletstorm's "sexual innuendo"-infused skillshots were recently revealed by the ESRB and now you get to see one of them, "Gag Reflex," in action. Also, for the sake of killing our runaway imaginations, we must know more about Rear Entry, Drilldo and Fire in the Hole....

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The prototype for People Can Fly's profanity-laden shoot-and-kick-em-up, Bulletstorm, began as a third-person shooter, and at one point added cover-based attacking. Speaking with OXM, producer Tanya Jessen said the early gameplay was "completely different than it is now," revealing that Bulletsto...

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It's time once again to play Choose Your Own Analogy! Here's the situation: People Can Fly's Adrian Chmielarz recently addressed concerns about Bulletstorm's frequently obscene dialogue on Twitter, explaining that the game "features optional subtitles, and yes, you can tone the language down if you...

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You might think lines like "Yum yum blister juice" are a fluke in Bulletstorm, but the latest dev diary proves otherwise. It's so full of nonsensical cursing it'll make your mannerly, civilized head spin. Seriously, "dick-tits?" Oh, and there's something in there about characters or whatever....

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You know, it's hard to focus on the art of Bulletstorm while watching gameplay footage, as most of your attention probably gravitates to bon mots like "yum-yum, blister juice." Why not soak in some of the game's visuals in a recently released batch of screenshots, posted below?...

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Writing about games always comes with a peculiar kind of self-defeating dissonance. This morning, I might have grabbed a metaphorical megaphone and shoved it in some ebert's ear, right before laying out why Shadow of the Colossus is such a magnificent meditation on loss and sacrifice and etc. "Game...

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Ready for a little cognitive dissonance? Check out this footage of the Gamescom build of Bulletstorm, featuring commentary by producer Tanya Jessen. The game is as violent, gory, and inexplicably disgusting as ever (you can even hear the infamous "Yum yum blister juice" line spoken in this clip), an...

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When they're not busy slow-mo combo killing each other, the characters in Bulletstorm enjoy fighting Cloverfield's cousin and bringing down entire skyscrapers. Or so these latest screens from the Epic Games-produced arcade FPS would have us believe. See 'em after the break. ...

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Epic Games' Cliff Blezsinski took the stage at the EA keynote to show off People Can Fly's Bulletstorm. Thankfully, he had more than a new trailer with which to scare your dick off (that's an actual phrase in the game, by the way) and confirmed a launch date of February 22, 2011 for the Xbox 360 an...

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