I haven't yet spent a lot of time with Bulletstorm on my new computer. But I can already tell it's a match made in heaven. Silky-smooth frame-rates, funny dialog, great action. I can't wait until I have the free time to play through this.

Owen is writing up our review (and I've played maybe an hour so this is in no way a stand-in) but I'll try to revisit the game from a PC perspective next month. Why next month? I'm leaving for New York tomorrow for half a week. And next week I'll be in San Francisco with Totilo.

Busy times.

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