Bulletstorm is scheduled to hit store shelves tomorrow, February 22nd. Although it looks like it will be an amazing experience for any first-person shooter fan, it is probably best to wait for Bulletstorm's price to be cut before buying it.
Has the author played Bulletstorm start to finish? If not, this argument feels pointless. Also, does the lack of competitive multiplayer now mean a game isn't worth $60? I spent DOZENS of hours playing Horde Mode on Gears 2, but didn't play competitive multiplayer. Still worth full price! Between Echo, Anarchy and the SP mode...it's a complete enough package.
As you can see in the last paragraph, I said that Bulletstorm is definitely worth the $60 price tag, but if you know that the price will likely drop in the next few months, you might as well wait and save yourself a few bucks. Think about it. If Bulletstorm goes down to $30 within a few months like Vanquish did, you could buy BOTH for the price of one (assuming you don't already own Vanquish).
True...but that's a big assumption. EDIT: I predict it will sell like crazy anyway simply for the Gears beta... Crackdown, anyone?
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This goes for all games... it's certainly no bargain bin title. It looks to be quite ground breaking compared to other FPS's of recent times.
From article: "Those who have tried the demo know that the game has a similar feel to Gears of War." Wrong! Itz not like Gears at all. Unreal sure but not Gears.
Wait and miss a chance to play the GoW3 beta, i don't think sooooo
BS is really boring judging from the demo IMO. I spent 7 hrs in 2 days on the K3 MP demo and played the SP demo over 3 times. Needless to say I love it, I've barely logged 10 hrs into Reach or Black Ops MP and have had them for months (I put over 35 hrs into Reach's SP though cause it's awesome) For me Killzone 3 on MP alone is a 9+/10 game, but if you've played both and think BS is better, whose to change your opinion. I sincerely hope you enjoy Bulletstorm if you've played both and you're not just trolling.
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