People Can Fly Is Working On A New “Groundbreaking” Adventure Game, As Per Report

In recent news, People Can Fly has announced the development of a new blockbuster game. In fact, this new title will be an “original” triple-A title that will be helmed by the studios New York branch and Roland Lesterlin and David Grijns. Continue reading “People Can Fly Is Working On A New “Groundbreaking” Adventure Game, As Per Report”

Developers Should Create Complete Games Worth Customers’ Money, Says Bartosz Kmita

You don’t have to look far to find a triple-A game that is completely broken at launch filled with DLC and microtransactions (MTX). One prime example is Electronic Arts and DICE’s Battlefield 4 at launch. Said game hit store shelves broken at full retail price with MTX to follow seven months later coupled with DLC and a season pass. Contrary to this, Bartosz Kmita — Outriders‘ creative director — says that developers should release complete games that respect gamers and fans’ money. Continue reading “Developers Should Create Complete Games Worth Customers’ Money, Says Bartosz Kmita”

Outriders Reveal is Painfully Generic On All Levels

Not always, but there are times when you can spot a flop coming right out of the door and Outriders from People Can Fly fits that description to a ‘T’. In the name of fairness the reveal trailer could be just atrocious, but what little game-play is showcased just looks like generic fantasy powers spliced into a science-fiction version of Bulletstorm. Continue reading “Outriders Reveal is Painfully Generic On All Levels”

Bulletstorm: Duke Of Switch Edition Lands On Nintendo Switch Summer 2019

Bulletstorm Switch

People Can Fly announced that Bulletstorm will be releasing on the Nintendo Switch this summer under the title Bulletstorm: Duke of Switch Edition. Continue reading “Bulletstorm: Duke Of Switch Edition Lands On Nintendo Switch Summer 2019”

Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition Gameplay Walkthrough

Bulletstorm Full Clip Edition Walkthrough

Gearbox Software and People Can Fly re-released the 2011 first-person shooter for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC for the Xbox One, PS4 and PC. Bulletstorm is now known as the Full Clip Edition. The HD remaster is available for everyone who missed out on the game years ago. If you’re in need of a walkthrough, there’s one available. Continue reading “Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition Gameplay Walkthrough”

Bulletstorm Story Trailer Forfeits Goofy Antics For A Serious Narrative

Gearbox Software may be in the dog house when it comes to earning respect from the gaming community, but they’re still trying their luck with attempting to make some quick bank on some remastered games, including Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition. The upcoming title just received its refresher trailer for the story in the game, for those of you who either forgot about the story or never knew about it to begin with. Continue reading “Bulletstorm Story Trailer Forfeits Goofy Antics For A Serious Narrative”

Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition Features Duke Nukem, Launches April 7th, 2017

People Can Fly and Gearbox Software announced that Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition will arrive April 7th 2017 next year in the spring for the Xbox One, PS4, PS4 Pro and PC. The remastered edition of the game will sport full 4K support, along with a special campaign addition including a fully voiced-over version of Duke Nukem. Continue reading “Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition Features Duke Nukem, Launches April 7th, 2017”