Bulletstorm is a big dumb FPS that had just enough interesting narrative touches to keep me interested in playing the whole thing. For one, the game starts with the video game cliche of "the elite assassination squad was just being used and they were killing innocent people" and the motivation for the rest of the game is revenge for that discovery. And it's just a detail, but the game has such an awesome explanation for why the infinitely capable resupply points won't just give you all the bullets and weapons you want—they were a experiment by that same evil general to produce better troops by only rewarding the best soldiers, as determined by a computer system monitoring how creatively you dispatch your enemies. And there's the hint that really this is a terrible idea and probably contributed to the failure of the evil general's troops to pacify the mutants who now overrun this once vacation planet.
FuzzyCo grade: B+