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Storm's Adventure with Bulletstorm and Duke Nukem Forever


2:45 PM on 08.22.2011



Now that those other shooters are out of the way, it's time for me to play a few that I wanted give a spin.  And I think this video encapsulates my mantra, "I only look out for numero uno."

Bulletstormstormstormstorm, me, me, me, brought joy to my life, even before it was released, with the Burgerstorm truck at E3 2010.  A free burger was almost enough for a good review of the game...the buns were a little dry, though...and I'm not a reviewer.  Back on topic-> The premise of killing with some skill was scary to me because I feared it would turn into an impossible achievement hunt.  And it did.  However, you'll see that it still turned out to be a damn fine shooter.

Duke Nukem Forever.

There's nothing else to say.  That's pretty much the punchline.

Also, cocks...f&*@er-rimjob-piece-of-$#!t.








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