NowGamer: Bulletstorm Preview

You could argue, if Gears Of War happens to be ‘your kind of thing’, that Epic Games knows quality when it sees it. Thus, when Cliffy B and co go out and buy a large stake in an eastern European games developer, you’d expect there to be a pretty good reason why.

True enough, by the time Epic ‘discovered’ People Can Fly, it had already put out its rather well-received 2004 shooter Painkiller, but it was still quite a leap for the company purely on the strength of a well-positioned demo of something running on the Unreal engine.

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