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  • Blog Post: Bulletstorm Developer People Can Fly Soars Again As Independent Studio

    People Can Fly, the studio behind Painkiller, Bulletstorm, and Gears of War Judgment, is now independent once more. The company announced its amicable split from Epic this morning. In recent years, the team was known as Epic Games Poland, and contributed to a number of projects. In addition to its work... More
  • Blog Post: Prepare For Gears Of War: Judgment With Our Coverage Hub

    Back in July '12, Gears of War: Judgment graced our cover , and along with it came a huge number of stories and features covering the development of the game. With Gears of War: Judgment's impending release this Tuesday, now is the perfect time to revisit all of our coverage. Click here , or... More
  • Blog Post: Bulletstorm Director Not Excited About AAA Games

    According to GamesIndustry , Adrian Chmielarz, the former creative director and co-owner of People Can Fly, is no longer interested in AAA titles. Instead, he is going to focus on smaller projects with new studio The Astronauts. "It's the same idea: get the best in [the] business under one umbrella... More
  • Blog Post: Ex-People Can Fly Developers Unveil The Vanishing Of Ethan Carter

    The Astronauts, a new studio headed by Adrian Chmielarz, the former creative director of People Can Fly and the guiding force behind Gears of War: Judgment, Bulletstorm, and Painkiller, has released a teaser trailer for its intriguing new game. The game is titled The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, which... More
  • Blog Post: Gears Of War: Judgment Goes Gold

    According to the official Gears of War: Judgment Facebook page , the game has gone gold and will soon be ready for consumer consumption! Seen above is the development staff celebrating their victory. For those unfamiliar with the term, going gold basically means the game is ready for mass printing. It... More
  • Blog Post: Rumor: Next Gears Of War To Be A Prequel

    It's all strictly rumor, but according to the upcoming issue of Official Xbox Magazine, the next Gears of War game could be a prequel, and it could be in the hands of developer People Can Fly. People Can Fly was recently acquired by Epic Games. Its first game Bulletstorm was published by the Gears... More
  • Blog Post: People Can Fly Surprised By Bulletstorm's Dirty Language

    Bulletstorm developer People Can Fly is based in Poland so English isn't anyone's first language. It wasn't until late in the dev cycle that they realized the extent of the profanity. This comes from a postmortem on the game from the October issue of Game Developer Magazine. Sister site Gamasutra... More
  • Blog Post: Bulletstorm Didn't Make A Profit For Epic

    According to the president of Epic Games, Mike Capps, Bulletstorm didn't make a profit. However, the publisher isn't regretting the project. The joint project by Epic and People Can Fly "didn't make money for us," said Capps speaking with Kotaku .Instead of mourning the lack of... More
  • Blog Post: Bulletstorm Unleashes The Blood Symphony Pack

    Bulletstorm is all about finding new and interesting ways to kill people, and now the task just got that much more fun with the game's Blood Symphony DLC pack. The pack is available now on Xbox Live for 800 MS points and $9.99 on PC. A PlayStation Network version will be soon for an as-yet-unannounced... More
  • Blog Post: Bulletstorm: Epic Edition Owners Can Download Gears 3 Multiplayer Beta Now

    If you were one of the many that purchased the Epic Edition of Bulletstorm, today is the day. The Epic Edition came free with a Gears of War 3 multiplayer beta invite , which can be redeemed in Bulletstorm starting now. Just pop Bulletstorm into your 360, and click the "Gears of War MP Beta"... More
  • Blog Post: Bulletstorm's Gun Sonata DLC Available Today

    With a name like "Gun Sonata," you'd think this DLC pack would have a bunch of cool new weapons. Instead, you get some new maps...though that's pretty cool, too. The DLC is available right now on Xbox Live, and will be on PSN later today. The PC release of Gun Sonata is still happening... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Admits Games For Windows Live Possibly Not Amazing

    Joining the rest of the world at long last, a senior Microsoft employee has allowed for the possibility that the company's matchmaking, stat-tracking, and marketplace service on PC may have been less than successful. Senior producer of interactive entertainment Kevin Unangst told website CVG , "I... More
  • Blog Post: The First Hour Of Bulletstorm

    Bryan and Miller played a whole lot of Bulletstorm on video to show off the surprising intro and pull off as many ridiculous skillshots as possible. The first video contains a lot of story and dialog so we decided not to sully it up with our voices. If you're concerned that Bulletstorm is all about... More
  • Blog Post: Review Round-Up: Killzone 3, Bulletstorm, And More

    It's a big final week of February as far as game releases go, with heavy hitters like Killzone 3 and Bulletstorm arriving alongside quirkier titles like Radiant Historia, Knights Contract, and De Blob 2. What should you be spending your money on? Check our review round-up to find out! Enjoy the excerpts... More
  • Blog Post: Bulletstorm Sings A Gun Lullaby With New DLC

    People Can Fly and Epic Games’ Bulletstorm just came out, but if you hurry up and finish the game today, you’ll be ready for the game’s newly announced DLC. Actually, Bulletstorm’s Gun Sonata DLC Pack won’t be available until sometime later this spring, so you don’t... More
  • Blog Post: Bulletstorm PC Demo Arriving Post-Release

    Sorry to break the news to you, PC-owning Bulletstorm enthusiasts, but you're going to have to wait for a taste of Bulletstorm until after the game's February 22 release. Unlike 360 and PS3 owners, who received a sample of the game's Anarchy mode weeks ago, PC users will have to wait just... More
  • Blog Post: Killzone, Bulletstorm, De Blob--Weekly Roundup 2/21

    This is a week that could make your wallet sore, if you're not careful. Shooter fans have two excellent options this week in Bulletstorm and Killzone 3. The Dreamcast Collection compilation gives retro fans a reason to cheer (though with only four games on it, don't feel the need to scream too... More
  • Blog Post: FOX News Blogger Continues To Beat The Bulletstorm Drum

    Fox News blogger John Brandon is at it again. The author has written another blog post about Epic Games' upcoming Bulletstorm game, in which he wonders why the shooter was censored in Germany but not in the United States. In his earlier post about the game, "Is Bulletstorm the Worst Video Game... More
  • Blog Post: Talk About Your Feelings In Bulletstorm Dev Chat

    Tomorrow is Presidents Day, a day where U.S. citizens can sit and reflect on why the mail isn't being delivered. Other than that, there's not much to do. Sure, you could wallow in Call of Duty: Black Ops with a few unlockables that you've probably already unlocked, but what then? If you're... More
  • Blog Post: Buy Bulletstorm, Get Gears Of War (One) Free

    But only on PC, and only on the least gamer-friendly storefront out there. Microsoft's Games for Windows Live Marketplace is running a deal from Bulletstorm's February 22 launch through March 8. Is this going to be enough to get you to use GFWLM over other digital or physical retailers? While... More
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