Bulletstorm is unleashed today!!! Also Killzone 3! Double Score!
Today is a wonderful day for fans of first person shooters as two AAA titles in the genre are being released.
Bulletstorm has been receiving much controversy of late, due to ludicrousclaims that the content contained within could potentially turn children into rapists. I myself picked up the game and played it for about the last hour and a half and I am loving the hell out of it, and I can assure you no desire to sexually assault people has manifested within me, though I am just your average emotionally unstable adult, so according to the “research” that must have been conducted before said claims were made, I should be just fine. I think the fact that a person can be taken seriously (and to be frank, make a lot more damned money that me) when they make the most asinineof statements humanly imaginable certainly shows the ridiculous state our country has been in over the last few… decades. I can assure any parent thinking of picking Bulletstorm up for their young children two things. One, Bulletstorm will in no way make your child any more of a sadist or sociopath than has already been determined, and two, you are a bad parent if you buy your young child a violent M-Rated video game… just saying.
Killzone 3 also saw a release today, it features some stellar next generation 3D graphics and enhanced Move support, it is also appearently filled to the brim with Helghan might. It looks pretty damn awesome, unfortunately I have yet to play any of the previous games in the series, also my extremely tight budget does not provide the ability to purchase a copy. It also doesn’t have much controversy attached, so I don’t have a rant I can break into.
So head on over to the Gamestop or Best Buy or any other store of your choice and pick up one or both of these awesome shooters. Now if you will excuse me, I have a little ‘Rear Entry’ to engage in*.
*Editor’s Note – Rear Entry is a phrase used in Bulletstorm for when you shoot a person in the rectum. And it can be quite difficult to pull off.