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Mini Review: Bullets Per Minute – A Frantic FPS Metal Mosh Pit

Rock on!

Have you ever played Guitar Hero and lost yourself so much in the moment that you’re thrashing around the room like a real-life rockstar? If so, then BPM: Bullets Per Minute is the game for you, mixing the iconic rhythm gameplay with all the ferocious action of DOOM. It’s a unique sell for a game, and while it’s a bit rough around the edges, it’s unlike anything we’ve played before.

There’s very little narrative to latch onto in BPM: Bullets Per Minute. You’re simply tasked to play through a variety of stages, blasting away enemies to the beat of the music. A handy crosshair pinpoints exactly when to do so, meaning you’re be orchestrating your ballet of blood and guts to the sound of heavy metal within seconds. It’s not quite as easy to pick up as we initially hoped, but after sticking with it for a few playthroughs, we soon got the hang of it. Just be prepared for a blisteringly hard time.

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