A review of the blood and gore effects in Bulletstorm (People Can Fly, Epic Games)
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An idea to improve boss fights in gaming: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYz_CrlFYGE
Background music: Sandstorm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8A_Ry4hisY
When The Dust Settles https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WA_5h7SVDk
About Gore Reviews: Gore Reviews is a review series reviewing blood and gore effects in games that are considered gory.
Attention to detail will be rewarded with high scores, while flashy, but superficial effects (such as blood puffs) will not impact the score much. The final score is calculated by the following categories: Body damage - 30% Environment - 30% Animations and sounds - 30% The feel - 10%
Why is gore important? It's simply feedback for the action on the screen. What's more fun, seeing detailed response for every hit you make on an enemy or seeing the enemy sleeping peacefully after a mortar exploded by their feet? Compare 1987`s Robocop movie to 2014`s Robocop movie. Also "Saving Private Ryan" wouldn't have nearly the same effect without the gore too.