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The Gun Club: Bulletstorm Shootosity

Finally watched the latest footage from Bulletstorm, which - like last time - is producer Tanya Jessen having a good old yabber over the last demo. In this case, from the Tokyo game-show. This time, we're weapon centric, talking about how they've concentrated on making sure the gun that fires enormous cannonballs is the sort of enormous, cannonball-firing gun they want. Go footage!

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I'm actually really looking forward to Bulletstorm, which is a little surprising considering how desperately uninteresting I found People Can Fly's previous opus, Painkiller. It still seems to have all the intelligence of non-biotic yoghurt, but it all seems angled to be the right kind of imaginative not-smart. Point-chasing ultra-violence can absolutely be my kind of thing.

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