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Bulletstorm, Narrative, and Satire

Today I released a video about Bulletstorm, a game that I have been trying to write about for years now. In all seriousness, I have a draft of an essay on the backend of this blog that’s probably been languishing for … Continue reading

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On Bulletstorm’s Echoes

This is quick, like an echo. Bulletstorm has a game mode in which you replay the most violent sections of the game over and over again in order to get the highest score possible in a kind of time attack challenge. … Continue reading

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On Loss of First Person Control

This is just a quick thing because I’m not sure what I really have to to say about this. I’ve been playing Mirror’s Edge in very small chunks recently. I’m generally a marathon player–I will take a Saturday and power … Continue reading

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Why Bulletstorm was Actually a Good Game

I downloaded the demo for Bulletstorm whenever it came out. I honestly can’t tell you when that was; I got it on the 360, leashed and kicked some dudes (all of the enemies are men for some reason), and then deleted … Continue reading

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