Bulletstorm developer not happy with how people perceive his game

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Apparently the founder of People Can Fly, Adrian Chmielarz, is upset that people are writing off Bulletstorm as a mindless shooter without even giving the game a proper go.

According to Adrian 98% of people who try the game change their mind and become huge fans of the overtop gameplay, violence and fun.

Well I for one have tried the game and I have to agree with Adrian, Bulletstorm is an enticing game and while it isn’t going to be a Call of Duty styled hit it will be worth the entrance fee and I could see it becoming the go-to game of late night gaming marathons and for when you want to show your non-gaming friend why you love gaming so much.

The one part I am not sure about is when Adrian chats about how engaging and serious the story is, that just doesn’t seem to fit with what I experienced but that was quite a while back and we all know that games can change quite a bit during the process.

Thankfully we don’t need to wait long with the game being released in February 2011 on all the HD platforms.

Source: Eurogamer

Last Updated: December 9, 2010

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