Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition has joined the list of technical failures of 2017. The game's pre-order content features some of the worst voice-acting we've ever heard. Check out our video to see and hear what we mean.
2017 is looking to be a great year for video games. Nintendo Switch is performing well, PSVR units are finally back in stores and Microsoft have revealed more details of Project Scorpio with a full E3 reveal planned.
The games have been great with Horizon Zero Dawn, Resident Evil 7, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Persona 5. And even more great games are on the way like Destiny 2, Splatoon 2, Middle-earth: Shadow of War, and Outlast 2.
However, 2017 has not been without its controversies and technical embarrassments, like the animation and character emotions in Mass Effect: Andromeda. But there's been another failure that has quietly slipped under the radar in Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition - especially for users that pre-ordered it. They got access to the Duke Nukem’s Bulletstorm Tour downloadable content, allowing players to play as Duke Nukem with a re-recorded script and new voice lines recorded by Jon St. John. Unfortunately, what they clearly didn’t bother to do is match up some of the animations to the voices. Check out the video embedded above and you can see and hear what we mean.