Showing price history since Jan 20, 2012
The average price for this game since released is $9.18. The game first became 50% off on Jan 20, 2012 at Amazon. Lowest historic price was $3.99 on Mar 4, 2013 at GameFly.
Showing price history since Feb 22, 2011
The average price for this game since released is $21.67. The game first became 50% off on Jun 4, 2011 at NewEgg. Lowest historic price was $7.23 on May 24, 2012 at Barnes & Noble.
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The average price for this game since released is $23.41. The game first became 50% off on Jun 13, 2011 at Kmart. Lowest historic price was $1.99 on Feb 18, 2013 at Best Buy.
Bulletstorm is set in the barbaric future of the 26th century, where Dead Echo army protects the Confederation of Planets. Player assumes the character of a space pirate Grayson Hunt, who was framed to kill innocent civilians. Rated M and 18+ by ESRB and PEGI, respectively, Bulletstorm offers everything that's M, except for Multiplayer mode. Instead, this game features cooperative online game.
One exciting feature in Bulletstorm is the skillshot gameplay system. This gameplay rewards money or currency to players for inciting the most creative and destructive mayhem. Points and currency can be used to unlock and buy weapons and ammos, upgrade attachments, and customize their characters and skills.
Overall, if you’re looking for a shooting fix out of your ordinary FPS game, Bulletstorm is a good choice. Although the story is a bit shallow, Bulletstorm can be exciting for anyone 18+. Just don’t be too skillshot-happy, or it’ll be tiresome after a few hours of gameplay. This game scores 84 out of 100 stars and received very nice feedback from gamers.