Featuring a unique (s)kill-based score system, Bulletstorm turned every firefight into a challenge, rewarding players for pulling off the most stylish and outrageous kills they could muster.
Where most shooters were content to merely push you from one carefully constructed set piece to another, this was a game that actively demanded creativity, encouraging gamers to think on their feet and constantly change their tactics, rewarding you with over 131 ridiculous ways to slay your foes.
Six years later, People Can Fly has decided to repackage its ambitious shooter for modern players.
But is this still an FPS that’s worth your time?
First things first – players going into Full Clip Edition expecting a wealth of new frag-tastic content are probably going to be severely disappointed.
Luckily for us, the team at Gearbox has given this game a seriously impressive paint job.