Bullets Per Minute is what happens when somebody plays too much Guitar Hero and Beat Saber, and then decides to play DOOM at 3 am. It’s a first-person-shooter mixed with a rogue-like structure. Then, imagine the Doom: Eternal soundtrack but on a tighter budget. That solid thumping beat and tasty guitar riffs that make the foot tap and the head nod. It’s perfect music for a fast-paced FPS. But that killer soundtrack isn’t just pleasing to the ears, it’s the core of the entire damn game. Shooting, jumping, using abilities and reloading all have to be done in time with the beat. Pull the trigger out of rhythm and all you’ll get is a sad click. Time it right and the bang of the gun will become a part of the music. Once you get good at it, it’s really satisfying to hear everything you do mix into the music. Yup, Bullets Per Minute is an awesome concept.
Master of the Lancer Cliff Bleszinski has announced via Twitter that he’s coming out of “retirement” and will be announcing his new project next week, the first since leaving Epic back in October of 2012. “I’m officially coming out of retirement to make video games again,” the developer […]
Release Date: Out now! Developer: Raven Publisher: Activision Singleplayer: yes Splitscreen: No Multiplayer: 2-12 PEGI:18 Singularity states that in 1950 the Russians discovered a new element, E99. With this new element they created powerful weapons and devices that could alter time itself but it proved unstable and […]
Army of Two promised a lot when it was realeased, action packed co-op, extensive gun customisation and 2 fantastic characters. Sadly it never actually lived up to its promises but was still a fairly enjoyable 3rd person shooter. But now the Army of Two return in a brand new […]