When it comes to shooting games, I find myself missing the older ones a little bit. That’s not to say that there aren’t a lot of good shooting games on the market today – there are, and in fact some really incredible ones.
Bullet Force, though, is my current favorite. I’m not sure why, but I simply can’t stop playing it.
Shooting games that have been released for PC and the Mac over the years have always had a lot of graphical detail, but Bullet Force takes this to a whole new level. Everything from the environments, the character models, the bullets, the gun sounds, and the overall sound effects all give off a very futuristic feel, and this has carried over to the actual game.
The very first thing that you’ll notice about Bullet Force is that it is incredibly easy to pick up and play. It’s one of those games that you will want to just plow through in no time, and that makes it very accessible.
Another thing that makes Bullet Force so enjoyable is the gun play. It’s fast paced, responsive, and just a lot of fun to play.
As you might imagine, when it comes to the multiplayer components of Bullet Force, you will have a lot of fun to play against others. On top of the gun play, you can go head to head with friends or foes in a variety of modes including Elimination, Team Deathmatch, and others.
One thing that’s missing from Bullet Force, however, is a decent single player component. So far as I can tell, there’s no challenge, no enemy difficulty, and just a lot of collectibles and an abundance of ammo to be found to keep things interesting.
In conclusion, if you like shooting games, and if you like the idea of a simple, fast-paced gun shooting game, then you will love Bullet Force. If you have the PC and Mac, then there’s no reason you shouldn’t get this one right now.