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Bullet-who? The latest issue of Game Informer Magazine answers that question in a big way, with a world-exclusive look at People Can Fly’s upcoming shooter, Bulletstorm. As the name suggests, players will take on hideous mutants in a flurry of lead, all the while racking up combos that encourage variety over headshot after headshot. It’s impressive stuff, and after reading our 10-page feature you’ll have an idea why Epic Games bought a majority stake in People Can Fly after seeing it demoed for the first time.The May issue is packed with other features, including an in-depth look at Sony’s Move and a look at the terrifyingly prolific voice actor Nolan North. We also have an exclusive-filled Dead Rising 2 preview that highlights an all-new multiplayer mode. Let’s just say that reality-show spoof Terror is Reality is only the beginning. Avalanche Software is hoping to change the way we look at family games with its Toy Story 3 game, and we follow its development from the game’s initial pitch to a playable build.We’ve also got previews of F.E.A.R. 3, Fallout: New Vegas, and Transformers: War for Cybertron, to name a few. On the reviews front, highlights include Sam Fisher’s latest outing in Splinter Cell: Conviction, Metro 2033, and Super Street Fighter IV.
The May issue should be hitting mailboxes in the very near future.
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