Bulletstorm takes place in the 26th century, where the Confederation of Planets are protected by a secret black-ops army called Dead Echo. The story follows space pirate Grayson Hunt, ... See full summary »

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Grayson Hunt (voice)
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Rell (voice)
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Bulletstorm takes place in the 26th century, where the Confederation of Planets are protected by a secret black-ops army called Dead Echo. The story follows space pirate Grayson Hunt, voiced by Steve Blum, and his cyborg partner Ishi Sato, who were both dishonorably discharged from Dead Echo after they were betrayed by their commanding officer, General Sarrano. Ten years later, after a spontaneous and liquor-induced attempt to take revenge on the General and his forces, Hunt's and Sato's ship crash-landed on the planet Stygia, a former resort planet now overrun with meat-eating plants, feral mutant tribes, criminals, and Godzilla-sized monsters. Hunt and Sato search for a way off the planet, all while doing battle with the General's forces, who also crashed on Stygia after Hunt's attack. Along the way, they're joined by Trishka Novak, a foul-mouthed woman with a dark past who also knows her way around a gun. One of the locations they travel to on Stygia is the city of Elysium, ... Written by ZombieTime

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Grayson Hunt: Nice view. Wanna make out? Just two gruff military hardened dudes sitting in an elevator snuggling out their woes in a totally hetero way.
Ishi Sato: Ha!
Grayson Hunt: The nervous chuckle. Either your human side gets the joke or your computer side likes the way I look in these pants.
Ishi Sato: Or a little of both perhaps.
Grayson Hunt: Hey I'm not judging. I'm just a good look man.
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Disco Inferno
Written by Leroy Green and Ron Kersey.
Performed by The Earl Young Band featuring Gavin Christopher
Courtesy of Bronx Flash.
Played during the disco scene of the chapter "Damsel in Distress".
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Worth It
25 February 2011 | by See all my reviews

I put a 9 on this because it was not long enough. but besides that i cant find anything wrong with the game.

The game has good graphics, its funny, its EXTREMELY violent but in a good way, awesome guns, good characters and a good story. Overall it was good and worth the money and i recommend getting it.

Bulletstorm takes place in the 26th century. The story follows space pirate Grayson Hunt and his cyborg partner Ishi Sato, who were both dishonorably discharged from Dead Echo after they were betrayed by their commanding officer, General Sarrano. Ten years later Hunt's and Sato's ship crash-landed on the planet Stygia, a former resort planet now overrun with meat-eating plants, feral mutant tribes and criminals. Along the way, they're joined by Trishka Novak, a foul-mouthed woman with a dark past who also knows her way around a gun.


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