Bombshell is an Action Shooter game in which bomb disposal technician turned mercenary for hire, Shelly "Bombshell" Harrison must strong-arm her way across 4 planets in an Unreal Engine-powered galactic adventure to rescue the president (and humanity) from an apocalyptic alien threat.
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Release Date: Jan 29, 2016

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June 9

The state of Bombshell 1.3 and Console Versions

The state of Bombshell 1.3 and Console Versions

Hi Guys!

Thank you so much for all the great feedback we've gotten.
I want to update you all on the future of Bombshell, and what you can expect in the following months.

First of all, we've been continously collecting feedback, bugs and suggestions from you guys, and we've established a great list of things to improve. You can find the list of what's to come at the end of this post.

Secondly, the console versions of Bombshell.
We wanted to delay Bombshell on consoles, in order to pack as much content into those versions as possible. The next update for Bombshell will be a "Definitive" update, that includes everything we've been able to collect in terms of feedback. This is the version that will launch on consoles. But we will continue to support Bombshell, and if more great feedback, ideas and suggestions should arise, we'll dive right back into development, and supply further updates to you guys!

Below you'll find a list of new Features, Additions, Tweaks and Bugfixes in the upcoming 1.3 version of Bombshell:


Features and Tweaks:
- GDF Codex "Lore" section to be added to main- and pause menu.
You'll be able to read about enemies, weapons, worlds, and items, as you unlock them through your journey.


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- Mission Select section added to the main menu, including specific mission challenges, statistics, etc.


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- Abilities tweaked and balaced
- Biohazard Icon changed
- Ghostshell Icon changed
- Enemy attack effects improved
- Bombshell overall visuals improved to make her better stand out on the different worlds
- Bigger and better visual effects for Bombshell
- Controller movement responsibility improved
- Minibosses are now tougher
- Health Kits revamped. They are now more critical to the survival of Bombshell
- Map and Character Upgrade Buttons swapped by default
- Player HP and Armor system revamped. Values have been balanced, enemies now drop Armor and Health orbs, that gives you a small boost. Visual indicators have been drastically improved, and Bombshell now shows different visual effect when loosing armor and health.
- Attack on the Camp in Frozen Paradise has been improved, and made considerably more challenging
- P.M.S has been balanced
- Abomination Boss has been balanced
- The shop has been improved with new features. You can now "Reset" your Tech-Trees in a Shop. This will give you 50% of your KY back, spent on a specific Tech-Tree. You'll be able to re-spend the KY on other Tech-Trees to try new weapon modifications.
- More small enemies have been added overall, to increase the intensity of the battles.
- Nhorr Proponents now have more health.
- Executions are now faster, more dramatic and includes more gore!
- Objectives now fade away, and only show when a quest updates. The objectives can be brought up at any time by using the Map button.
- Heskel Challenge 4 has been made more difficult.
- You can now tap the "Y" button on the controller to Quick-swap between weapons. Holding "Y" brings up the weapons wheel.
- Shellshock charge indicator added to show when you can fire the weapon.
- HUD has been improved visually. The XP bar has been re-coloured and health, armor and XP are easier to read.


Bugfixes:
- Missing subtitles for certain movies have been added.
- Missing Death sounds for enemies added.
- Respawn option (KY warning), removed from Boss fights and Shellshock missions.
- Enemies reflecting bullets, now have flashing shields everytime a bullet is reflected.
- Amiga no longer drains ammo when getting hurt by enemies.
- P.M.S splash damage no longer hurts the player.
- Animations for certain Kyrron creatues have been improved.
- You can now skip the level-start screens with the controller.
- Broken XP and Player Level in Shellshock missions have been fixed.
- You can now scroll the through the map using the controller.
- A timer has been added to timer-based Shellshock missions.
- You can now use the "B" button on the controller to go "Back" in the Character menu, including the weapon upgrade menu.
- Movement indicator will now stay on the ground when you jump.
- Flytrap death improved.
- Executions with floating weapons have been fixed.
- Bindings showing up incorrect in the options menu, have been fixed.
- Player will no longer "Jump" in the beginning of a level, if you use "Space" to skip a cutscene.
- Armor, Energy and Armor now re-charges gradually (still fast), instead of appearing re-instantly.
- A bug where you had to fire your primary fire, before you can use your secondary fire, has been fixed.
- Ghost Shell that can't be picked up in Frozen Paradise, has been fixed.
- A door where you could get stuck in the Electrocutioner Heskel Challende, has been fixed.
- Controller issue where multiple button presses would glitch the UI, and player controls, has been fixed.
- Elevators not working in later levels, has been fixed.

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May 6

Bombshell 1.2 Released, 40%-OFF This Weekend!



To commemorate the release of Bombshell 1.2, you can get Bombshell 40%-OFF on Steam this weekend! Offer ends Monday @ 10am PT.

  • Enemies now announce their attack when they spot the player
  • Removed splash damage on PMS
  • You can now tap "Y" on an Xbox controller to switch to the next weapon, and double tap "Y" to change to the previous weapon. You can hold "Y" to open the weapon wheel as per usual
  • Amiga no longer gets damaged by enemy bullets
  • Changed Holoshell icon
  • Holoshell will be teleported near the player if too far away
  • Possible fix for A1 cutscene issue
  • Tweaked Abomination Health to make the boss less frustrating
  • Tweaked Pickup Health amount. Changed HP pickup to 70 across the board
  • Executions instantly skippable by using the activate button
  • Weapon Effects improved to create more interesting visuals
This patch is more modest than our previous, but be sure to check out all the changes from 1.1 as well, which included FREE DLC in the form of our Shellshock Missions!

Thanks for all the continued support. Hope you're having a blast with Bombshell!

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Reviews

“Bombshell was a very pleasant experience. I assure you that once you play this game, you'll see that you have not wasted your time!"”
9 / 10 – IGN Romania

“Stunningly crafted, downright epic environments and tight, responsive gamepad controls steal the show.”
IGN

“a surprisingly great game especially considering it was 3D Realms first new game in over a decade.”
9 / 10 – Gamerassault Weekly

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About This Game





From the creators of Rise of the Triad and legendary game maker 3D Realms comes Bombshell, an action shooter game. Bomb disposal technician turned mercenary for hire, Shelly "Bombshell" Harrison must strong-arm her way across 4 planets in an Unreal Engine-powered galactic adventure to rescue the president from an apocalyptic alien threat. With out-of-this-world enemies, a never-before-seen arsenal of devastating weaponry and a host of genre-crossing mechanics, Bombshell is set to blow you away.

Features


History in the Breaking
Be part of Bombshell's debut as she fights to save the president and her people from a maniac's mechanical monstrosity.


Brave New Worlds
Traverse the dying world of Kyrron as it's consumed by its neighboring sun, discover the secrets of a civilization frozen in time on the distant world of Zeroth and travel to the epitome of technology -- a villain's vision which threatens to consume all that exists.


Robot-Armed and Dangerous
Shell, shock and shatter your way through vicious, bloodthirsty predators, an augmented alien species, and the remnants of an ancient race re-animated, with more than 10 weaponized arm modifications.


Heavy Handed
Fierce finishing moves and interactive environments make Bombshell as dynamic as she is deadly.


Isometric Ingenuity
Brilliantly brutal isometric shooting layered with some classic role-playing mechanics, including experience points, upgrades, side quests, and non-linear levels. All with a twist of first-person shooter mechanics.


What Are You Lookin' At?
Yeah, she has a robot arm. Deal with it.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Win 7 SP1, Win 8.1, Win 10 (64-bit Operating System Required)
    • Processor: Intel Core i5-750, 2.67 GHz | AMD Phenom II X4 965, 3.4 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 (2 GB Memory Minimum) | AMD Radeon HD 7870 (2 GB Memory Minimum)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 10 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Win 7 SP1, Win 8.1, Win 10 (64-bit Operating System Required)
    • Processor: Intel Core i7-3770, 3.4 GHz | AMD FX-8350, 4.0 GHz
    • Memory: 6 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 - 3 GB Memory Recommended | AMD Radeon HD 7950 - 3 GB Memory Recommended
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 20 GB available space
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Overall:
Mixed (141 reviews)
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badasscarbinen7
( 0.8 hrs on record )
Posted: June 23
loved the game unfortnately my Cpu ( Radeon R3) did not meet the system requirments so I had a terrible time playing the game.
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LordTeflonV
( 8.5 hrs on record )
Posted: June 17
I have honestly no idea what people have against this game. I had no performance issues even through that I have amd card. I enjoyed the gameplay, the level design is good, well actually the game looks damn amazing. The story is missing few elements, like the begging, but otherwise it is good. The guns feel good, overall the whole game is very well polished. I just dont see why peole dislike this game so much.
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mooz
( 31.4 hrs on record )
Posted: June 17
One of the most fun and visually striking isometric games I've ever played, but also one of the most annoyingly broken games as well. Definitely recommended, especially on sale (or cheaper from another store) -- just be prepared for some occassional game-breaking bugs.
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Lotica
( 5.2 hrs on record )
Posted: June 15
I was actually looking forward to this game for a number of reasons. Despite a questionable reveal trailer from a lack of time after the whole Gearbox situation, looking at this game in gameplay footage made me excited. Playing the game now... not so much.

Going into the positives first, the soundtrack is awesome. If there's one thing Interceptor gets right, it's in their music. It's a great atmospheric track that's put in at appropriate times. Also, the graphics look nice, although dated, but seeing how it's running on the Unreal Engine 3, I can forgive it. The controls also work fine, though with a controller, they can be a bit odd when trying to upgrade items; they just seem to not be obvious when backing out to go from one upgrade to the other.

However, what I can't forgive is a horrible pace. For every time I played this game, I couldn't get through it for more than an hour. One level can literally take you about 20 to 30 minutes if you're not looking for "secrets", and I can't get through more than three levels before I'm tapped out. Interceptor tried to make a dull, generic top-down shooter more complex by adding "side" objectives, which are more or less either rescue missions or "hold this position" missions where you fight a horde of enemies before being let go. The level design also doesn't help the pace, as it feels as straight as a ruler. I put secrets in quotations before because the secrets in this game (from what I've seen so far) are just "Hey look! There's a piece of the map jutting out from underneath. Jump on there," and that's it. They just seemed like an after thought.

Speaking of an after thought, how about that voice acting? It sounds like a group of teenagers trying to act all edgy and compete for the leading role for a high school rendition of Hamlet. In other words, it's bad. I swear, sometimes, the voices literally sound like they were recorded in a toilet or altered in Audacity. Not even Jon St. John's voice sounds good. It sounds so corny that a corn on a cob is less corny. Whenever someone speaks for a while, I always have to turn the speakers down in embarrassment. The story is forgettable. It's just the Duke Nukem plot, but made more serious and needlessly over-complicated than necessary.

It seems that Interceptor completed missed the mark that they achieved with Rise of The Triad. That game was goofy, yet fun, despite its buggy nature. This game, however, tries to be too serious for its own good and falls flat on its face. Despite updates being done to the game to improve it, it doesn't change the fact that it's not that fun at all. Especially for $35 (or $40 if you're going for the Deluxe Edition), this is unacceptable. A big disappointment that I should have seen coming from the delays in November.

I'm not usually this elaborate for reviews on Steam, but this was a game I was looking forward to, and I deeply regret paying the money for it.
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Lanif
( 1.4 hrs on record )
Posted: June 3
Product received for free
Not really good at reviews, i just want to give this game a postive point in it's overall review score.
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tizeY
( 5.0 hrs on record )
Posted: May 31
Product received for free
Gameworks at it's fµcking finest , avoid if you own AMD hardware at any cost.
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Silverkelolon
( 17.5 hrs on record )
Posted: May 28
Product received for free
This is one of the worst games I've played. Don't waster your time or money on it.
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nyteeyes
( 1.2 hrs on record )
Posted: May 3
Experiencing many sound bugs and crash/unresponsive bugs when trying to meet the President in the safe room...I've tried the suggestions for real time cinematics. Once it goes to the cutscene, the screen goes black and nothing. I've tried 3 times to get through this. That's enough for me.
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Will Grigg's On Fire! Nanana
( 0.2 hrs on record )
Posted: May 2
what can i say? gameplay for 45 minutes, and i F**king love it<3

exiting for more games by 3D Realms & Interceptor Entertainment!

10/10 so far:D
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Dimi
( 12.9 hrs on record )
Posted: April 23
This game is faaaaar from perfect. It has some glitches, it has some flaws BUT.... it is hell of fun. This is kinda old-school twin-stick shooter with a nice character some "old-school" dialogs and a pretty flat story which reminds me of the trash TV times in 1990s. At the first look it might be not worth but believe me. This game is bigger than you think and most important it's fun.
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8 of 12 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
5.2 hrs on record
Posted: June 15
I was actually looking forward to this game for a number of reasons. Despite a questionable reveal trailer from a lack of time after the whole Gearbox situation, looking at this game in gameplay footage made me excited. Playing the game now... not so much.

Going into the positives first, the soundtrack is awesome. If there's one thing Interceptor gets right, it's in their music. It's a great atmospheric track that's put in at appropriate times. Also, the graphics look nice, although dated, but seeing how it's running on the Unreal Engine 3, I can forgive it. The controls also work fine, though with a controller, they can be a bit odd when trying to upgrade items; they just seem to not be obvious when backing out to go from one upgrade to the other.

However, what I can't forgive is a horrible pace. For every time I played this game, I couldn't get through it for more than an hour. One level can literally take you about 20 to 30 minutes if you're not looking for "secrets", and I can't get through more than three levels before I'm tapped out. Interceptor tried to make a dull, generic top-down shooter more complex by adding "side" objectives, which are more or less either rescue missions or "hold this position" missions where you fight a horde of enemies before being let go. The level design also doesn't help the pace, as it feels as straight as a ruler. I put secrets in quotations before because the secrets in this game (from what I've seen so far) are just "Hey look! There's a piece of the map jutting out from underneath. Jump on there," and that's it. They just seemed like an after thought.

Speaking of an after thought, how about that voice acting? It sounds like a group of teenagers trying to act all edgy and compete for the leading role for a high school rendition of Hamlet. In other words, it's bad. I swear, sometimes, the voices literally sound like they were recorded in a toilet or altered in Audacity. Not even Jon St. John's voice sounds good. It sounds so corny that a corn on a cob is less corny. Whenever someone speaks for a while, I always have to turn the speakers down in embarrassment. The story is forgettable. It's just the Duke Nukem plot, but made more serious and needlessly over-complicated than necessary.

It seems that Interceptor completed missed the mark that they achieved with Rise of The Triad. That game was goofy, yet fun, despite its buggy nature. This game, however, tries to be too serious for its own good and falls flat on its face. Despite updates being done to the game to improve it, it doesn't change the fact that it's not that fun at all. Especially for $35 (or $40 if you're going for the Deluxe Edition), this is unacceptable. A big disappointment that I should have seen coming from the delays in November.

I'm not usually this elaborate for reviews on Steam, but this was a game I was looking forward to, and I deeply regret paying the money for it.
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6 of 9 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
31.4 hrs on record
Posted: June 17
One of the most fun and visually striking isometric games I've ever played, but also one of the most annoyingly broken games as well. Definitely recommended, especially on sale (or cheaper from another store) -- just be prepared for some occassional game-breaking bugs.
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.8 hrs on record
Posted: June 23
loved the game unfortnately my Cpu ( Radeon R3) did not meet the system requirments so I had a terrible time playing the game.
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411 of 511 people (80%) found this review helpful
28 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
10.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 29
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4Ztp5Vw7Hk

No matter which way I cut it, Bombshell is a game that for every awesome thing it has going for it, it lets me down with two more. It leaves a good first impression, and man it’s nice to shoot some evil aliens in a 3D Realms game again! But it’s a character-driven action game that seems to have forgotten the character part, and instead just relies on action with no soul. The ten hour campaign was a real slog to get through, with boring levels, standard weapons, weak "role-playing" elements, and an utterly forgettable story. Seeing as there are lots of similar games that do this kind of gameplay better, I cannot recommend picking it up for the asking price of $35. I still look forward to seeing what the team at Interceptor comes up with next, but for me, Bombshell was more bomb than... er... shell.
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135 of 189 people (71%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
3.2 hrs on record
Posted: January 29
I played this game for a good 3-4 hours and I have both good and bad things to say about it. But with the bad things it have I can't recommend this game....

Good
- Graphics, it looks really nice
- Soundtrack, the music is amazing
- Performance, it runs really well for me on the extreme settings
- The upgrade system is nice
- Shelly is badass

Bad
- You can die during cut scenes and boss transitions. It happened to me several times
- The jumping is so bad and floaty.
- Enemies seem to be able to attacl from off screen but you can't?
- Voice acting.... some of the soldiers have the worst kind of voice acting I've heard in a while.
- There seem to be invisible walls all over the place that you can get stuck to when moving around fighting a lot of enemies.
- Why can't you skip dialogue?
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122 of 171 people (71%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
10.0 hrs on record
Posted: January 29
Video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1PmX1rulPqw

Textual summary:
First thing first - it's VERY obvious this game was re-branded after the 2011 court case where they no longer had the duke Nukem license, so Shelly was born and with her BombShell. 3d Realms isn't the one that died back in 2009, this is the new Danish studio.

The main "general", "main villain" and one lines totally are not the duke nukem ones. definitely not. (i beg ye, forgive the sarcasm). The game is a top down Aesthetics much like diablo 3, and tries to emulate the same feel and combat. Sadly for bombshell, it fails.

The Fighting is boring with very limited weapons that range from Bland to Expected (machine gun, mini-gun, shotgun, rocket launcher... you get the idea) and all of this is dukes , er.. shellies special prosthetic arm that is also an AI and turns in to a turret, because the arm is alien tech. the duke nukem cheese story really doesn't hold up in this title, with painfully repetitive one lines and even more painfully bad dialogue & story progression.

The combat is bland, sure shooting and executing enemies is great fun, but sadly the half dozen executions of an equally small number of enemies do bring you to sleep a few hours in.... and the first boss is about 4 hours in. This means digging though "okay-ish" and repetitive mobs to the first actually challenging fight. While you CAN level your character, the customization is extremity limited boiling down to HP, Shield, Special power as well as a few weapon upgrades (damage + alt fire mode). Also the AI is dummer than a brick and bugs out quite handidly as well. with going non responsive, jumping of ledges and even shooting the wrong direction.


There are no actual drops in the game outside of money (used to upgrade your weapon) and ammo. which drops like candy on Halloween. And there is no physical customization in any way you can control.

As far as being like diablo, it's exactly that - except for all the things that make diabo fun.

Moving on to performance: the game does perform pretty well, with frame-rates in the high 80-90, except when the game decides to magically drop it down to 20 for no apparent reason.

Sound is probably the games best aspect and is pretty well done, but it doesn't make the rest of the game any better. If you're REALLY Desperate for a shooty-runny-action-adventure game... Get diablo or torchlight for better experience.

Outside of acceptable PC settings & performance, the game-play just doesn't deliver at all.
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41 of 59 people (69%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
23.4 hrs on record
Posted: February 20
Thought you could stop Interceptor from making a Duke Nukem game? Pffffffffffftttttt.
While it has its own cons, its really fun and smooth to play, the controls give feedback very well and the enemies are very fun to fight against.
Huge kudos to the art and design team, they have done a really good job on Bombshells graphics, the game looks absolutley beautiful and Shelly is a badass.
All the weapons were fun to use (Especially the Electrocutioner, really nice!) and their upgrade trees were awesome.
Thanks to Andrew Hulshult for making an awesome soundtrack for Bombshell!

Bombshell is awesome for what it is.

I do recommend playing the game!
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34 of 49 people (69%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Recommended
8.6 hrs on record
Posted: March 16
Alright I have never written a review before, but I after seeing some of the negative reviews and reading some of the forum posts, I had to come and give my 2 cents. First of all to the people complaining that Shelly isn't completely oversexualized so they can fap off while playing the game, shockingly there are many different body types that a human (yes including women) can have, and no not in any way does she look like a female face stuck on a male body, if that's what you think then you are really confused about male vs female body shapes. She is a badass woman, nuff said. Now on to the actual game. There are definitely cons about this game I'm not gonna lie but I would definitely still recommend it, here's a list of my pros and cons.

Pros:
- Strong Female Lead Character
- Cheesy but awesome humor, one liners, puns, and I think most importantly sarcastic remarks about fetch quests and pushing buttons which while that is a lot of the gameplay actually helps keep it entertaining
- Very smooth and interesting gameplay
- Weapons that all feel unique and for the most part all feel powerful for different purposes (surprisingly hard to get right), and they all have fairly interesting upgrade paths.
- Good pacing for the story
- Really good music choices and fairly decent sound fx
- Aesthetics are fantastic, major props to the artists that worked on this

Cons:
- This game does have quite a number of bugs (health circle flickering and unrepresentative of your current health, voices randomly changing in volume and quality from one to the next was particularly irritating, bugged out enemies which just stood still and let you wail on them, and a few others)
- Fairly bad quest markers that often were not representative of where you actually had to go along with the map not allowing you to actually drag it around to view the full area
- In the weapon screen for upgrades you had to switch tabs just to go and select another weapon and you could not view the different upgrades you had actually gotten, along with no way to switch the secondary fire upgrade which was annoying to me because I would have to start another game to try out the different weapon abilities.
- Level design was actually really interesting, but due to how it was made running back and forth long distances for quests started becoming annoying and for anyone else less into the game would probably have found very annoying
- Quest variety definitely could've used some work, a lot of it was fetch quests, or hitting panels, I feel like the amiga separation should've been used more as it made for an interesting mechanic.


There is definitely more I could say but for the most part the game was a ton of fun and I can easily recommend, I look forward to seeing any future dlc and updates that come to this game, and this may be the first game in a long time I actually do a second playthrough of. I am a solo game developer myself and thus know how hard making a game actually is, so I can very much appreciate the insane amount of work that went into this, don't let the bad reviews get you down developers, you guys made something really awesome!
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40 of 63 people (63%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
5.3 hrs on record
Posted: January 31
Bombshell is one of those games that could've been good if it wasn't plagued with so many problems. The biggest issue is the FPS being atrocious, slowing down constantly when so much happens in both the background and during combat. The visual aren't the worst I've seen, but even when I set them to max, they're still terrible. The story feels more like exposition that doesn't offer much to the overall plot, and the writing is filled with obnoxious one liners. Gameplay-wise, it boils down to keep moving and shooting with tedious backtracking and buggy exploration. It's boring, tedious, and tries to be Duke Nukem, and failing horribly.

Edit: Recent patch resolved most of the issues I had with the game, so although I still find the game tedious, it's much more tolerable now.

Rating(Post-Patch): C
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39 of 62 people (63%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
10.3 hrs on record
Posted: February 6
Pretty boring and generic feeling isometric shooter. I'd rather play Hatred than this game.

Execute animations are horrible, repetitive, and slow the game down more than anything. Achievements were also broken after the first one.

I only bought this game because of the announced Build Engine prequel. I have more hope for a deluxe edition bonus item than the core game itself.
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