UPDATE 06/04/2017 9.38pm: Gearbox sent Eurogamer a response to the criticism of its partnership with G2A over the Bulletstorm: Full Clip Collector's Edition. The publisher demands that G2A implements some changes in an effort to legitimise the marketplace or it won't comply with the game key reseller.
People Can Fly's brilliant first-person shooter Bulletstorm is getting a remaster on 7th April for PS4, Xbox One and PC, via publisher Gearbox.
Dubbed Bullestorm Full Clip Edition, Gearbox decided to Gearbox it up by adding Duke Nukem as a playable character with iconic voice actor John St. John reprising the role.
Beyond adding Duke, Bullestorm Full Clip Edition will feature improved visuals, 60fps gameplay, and new maps for the Score Challenge mode.
Finally, there's more information on the Bulletstorm remaster we discovered back at E3 in June.
The underappreciated PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 shooter will be relaunched for PC, PS4 and Xbox One in 2017, a listing by the reliable Brazilian ratings board has revealed (thanks, Gematsu).
Unexpectedly, the remaster will be published by Borderlands and Battleborn studio Gearbox. There's no word on which developer is handling the port, however.
Buried on Microsoft's E3 2016 Xbox One press USB are screenshots for a Bulletstorm Remaster we had no idea about. Hidden on purpose or a mistake?
Wes uploaded the screenshots from his Xbox USB.
The screenshots show a crisper and clearer Bulletstorm to the one released on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 five years ago.
How clever of Sony to start the PlayStation Summer Sale when the weather outside is s***. Even the promo-man pictured on the PlayStation blog wears a rain snorkel.
Independent Polish Bulletstorm developer People Can Fly has returned.
UPDATE #3: It's Friday, which means a final day of deals in Microsoft's Ultimate Game sale.
Ex-Bulletstorm developers The Astronauts are not working on a shooter, the team has insisted.
When Bulletstorm dev People Can Fly was bought by Epic Games earlier this year, the studio's founder Adrian Chmielarz left.
PlayStation Plus subscribers will get free access to Bulletstorm, Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition and Hell Yeah! Wrath of Dead Rabbit this month via the service's Instant Game Collection.
Powerhouse developer Epic Games has bought the remaining (minority) stake in Polish Bulletstorm and Gears of War: Judgment developer People Can Fly.
Bulletstorm developer People Can Fly is working on the new Gears of War title teased last night.
Bulletstorm 2 was in development before Epic decided against it.
You-hoo, PC gamers, there's a juicy sale going on over at EA's digital distribution shop Origin.
Thought Bulletstorm was heavy on the expletives? Developer People Can Fly thought so, too.
Gears of War developer Epic may be making five new games right now, but a new Unreal Tournament isn't one of them.
All hail god game From Dust, which headlines this week's update to the EU PlayStation Store.
Ubisoft's beautiful Caribbean sandbox was showered with a delightful 9/10 in Eurogamer's From Dust review.
But perhaps you fancy something with more firepower. Then meet Renegade Ops, a twin-stick vehicular shooter from Just Cause developer Avalanche Studios.
Treasure's touched-up Radiant Silvergun XBLA release, DLC for Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet and a Games on Demand slot for Bulletstorm head up the latest Xbox Live Marketplace schedule update.
As detailed on Major Nelson's blog, you can also expect deals on Battlefield: Bad Company 2 and Rockstar Games' content.
Here's how the next few weeks shape up:
Deals on Bulletstorm DLC, an XBLA release for Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike and new content for Dragon Age 2 head up the latest Xbox Live content schedule.
OTT shooter Bulletstorm failed to turn a profit for Epic, president Mike Capps has admitted.
The Gun Sonata downloadable content pack that's been out for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 version of first-person kill-em-up Bulletstorm since mid-April is now available for the PC version.
Epic's over-the-top new FPS Bulletstorm gets a belated PC demo today, the developer has announced.
EA has hailed Fox News' furious denouncement of Bulletstorm last month for putting a much-needed spotlight on its brand new IP.
Epic Games has unveiled its vision of what the next-generation will look like using Unreal Engine 3.
PlayStation 3 exclusive Killzone 3 is today's new UK all-formats chart leader.
Reckon you'll be done with Killzone 3 and/or Bulletstorm by 10th March? If yes, GAME can guarantee you a trade-in price of £35, reports MCV.
On the day Bulletstorm launches in the US and three days before it goes on sale in the UK, EA and Epic Games have announced paid for downloadable content.
The Gun Sonata pack includes three new maps for the game's Anarchy mode and two new maps for the Echo mode.
There are also two new Leash enhancements, the Flamingo and the Pulp.
Gaining a headstart entry to the Gears of War 3 beta via the Epic Edition of Bulletstorm requires more than the supplied code - you'll need your Bulletstorm game disc, too.
"You need the disc," tweeted Gears of War executive director Rod Fergusson. "The Epic Edition code only adds a button on the Bulletstorm main menu."
Those of you with the disc and code get to play the Gears of War 3 multiplayer beta early. It also sounds as though there will be some exclusive content for the early-birds as well.
PC gamers will have to wait until after Bulletstorm's release this Friday for a demo, producer Epic Games has announced.
PS3 and Xbox 360 owners were gifted a demo back in January.
"Bulletstorm PC demo is in the works!" tweeted Epic vice president Mark Rein. "Won't make it in time for ship date but should be available shortly after."
Bulletstorm's campaign is single-player only because co-op broke it.
Earlier this week, Fox News ran a colourful piece on Epic's OTT shooter Bulletstorm, in which the game was accused of, among other things, helping to breed a generation of rapists.
As sure as night follows day, tabloid journalism was always going to be snapping at the heels of Epic's forthcoming OTT shooter Bulletstorm. Fox News is first out of the gate, accusing the game, and others like it, of being responsible for a recent spike in sex crimes.
Epic design chief Cliff Bleszinski reckons developers that attempt to emulate Activision's shooter behemoth Call of Duty are barking up the wrong tree.
Lampooning Call of Duty works - more than 1.25 million people have downloaded Duty Calls, a free parody game created by Bulletstorm developer People Can Fly.
Those who pre-order the PC version of the Bulletstorm Limited Edition from the EA Store will receive a free digital download of bloody platform game Shank.
Bulletstorm publisher EA wants you to know that its forthcoming OTT shooter isn't your average FPS. To help illustrate the fact, it's knocked up a quick Call of Duty spoof to spell out the differences.
Epic Games' creative pin-up Cliff Bleszinksi has confirmed the Epic Edition of Bulletstorm as a UK exclusive for shop chain GAME.
"FYI UK guys – GAME is the only spot for y'all to pre order Bulletstorm Epic Edition," he tweeted, handsomely.
GAME in this case also means Gamestation, as the two shop-chains are owned by GAME Group.
Gold subscription exclusive demos for upcoming shooters Bulletstorm and Crysis 2 are available to download from Xbox Live.
A cursory glance at EA's forthcoming shooter Bulletstorm and the long-awaited Duke Nukem Forever, both due this Spring, reveals a fair few common themes: outrageous violence, enormous extraterrestrial bugs, giant biceps and enough F-bombs to make even Ray Winstone blush.
A demo of People Can Fly's first-person shooter Bulletstorm will release on 25th January on Xbox Live and 26th January on the PlayStation Network, EA has announced.
No mention was made of a PC demo.
The demo features a slice of Echo mode, a cooperative mode that tracks and compares player scores while they play through locations found in the campaign. The location in the demo is a collapsed building, which players must traverse.
Perhaps consoles aren't that powerful after all - Bulletstorm's PC system requirements are relatively pedestrian.
How do you get exclusive early access to the Gears of War 3 beta? By buying the Epic Edition of Bulletstorm, Epic Games has announced.
The Epic Edition costs $59.99 Stateside, and will be available with the normal edition on 22nd February there, 25th February here.
There's no word on when the Gears of War 3 beta will begin. Apparently we need to check the back of the Bulletstorm pack for details.
Polish developer People Can Fly is bullish when it comes to the potential success of bombastic FPS Bulletstorm. Why? Because publisher EA will "market the f***" out of it.
Pulp sci-fi, muscle-bound alpha males, bad language, outrageous violence – on the face of it, it would seem Epic's forthcoming FPS Bulletstorm and the Duke Nukem series have a lot in common. Not so, insists developer People Can Fly.
You can never have too many shooters, insists the developer behind EA's forthcoming FPS Bulletstorm – as long as they're good.
BioWare's mammoth role-playing sequel Dragon Age 2 and People Can Fly's thousand-mile-an-hour shooter Bulletstorm will both be playable at the Eurogamer Expo 2010.
Epic Games vice president Mark Rein has denied that the Gears of War developer has ignored the PC in favour of consoles.
Crytek's Cervat Yerli has pinned Crysis 2 to a "Holiday 2010" release at EA's E3 press conference.
EA will show a beefy line-up of games at E3, including the new "action" Need for Speed game and FIFA 2011.
EA has confirmed publishing rights to People Can Fly's shooter Bulletstorm, which will be released sometime in 2011 on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.
People Can Fly is owned by Epic Games, remember, and Bulletstorm was expected to be one of the games Cliff Bleszinksi would reveal on US television tonight. The other was Gears of War 3, but the beans were spilled on that late last week; poor old Cliff won't be left with anything at this rate.
Bulletstorm's a first-person shooter about a band of mercenaries dubbed Dead Echo. Grayson Hunt and Ishi Sato are two of them and they're soon betrayed and find themselves on their own, surrounded by flesh-eating mutants in an abandoned paradise.
"BOOM!" Epic Games designer Cliff Bleszinkski has tweeted, with typical exuberance, that he'll make not one but two game announcements on his delayed TV appearance tonight.
"NEWSFLASH: Two announcements about two upcoming games on Monday. BOOM!" said the artist formerly known as CliffyB.
The extra announcement is presumably to make up for the fact that Xbox Live accidentally spilled the beans on an April 2011 launch for Gears of War 3 last week.