Nothing says happy holidays like a tree trimmed with frag grenades and dead bodies, and regardless of whether you are naughty or nice, Bulletstorm wants to wish you a bloody Christmas. Developer People can Fly put out this holiday video that shows just how to decorate the tree Bulletstorm style. Hopefully this splatter happy hero will  inspire you to decorate your tree FPS style this year, with grenades, blood, and the corpses of your enemies.

This video makes me wish we all could have Bulletstorm in our stockings this year, but sadly we have to wait until next year. However, People Can Fly has been whetting our appetites this season in anticipation of next year’s launch. The most exciting information being things like beta access to Gears of War 3 and their co-op multiplayer mode, all of which just makes us excited for the game to be released.

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Bulletstorm is a rated M arcade style FPS, with colorful language and stunning alien visuals. Players follow around a Black Ops style team known as Dead Echo, who have been manipulated into doing evil deeds. When Dead Echo members Grayson Hunt and Ishi Sato discover that they have been working on the wrong side, they betray their squad commander and end up being exiled to the edges of the galaxy, and hilarity does not ensue. Taking control of Grayson a few years after his exile, who is now more of a drunk than a soldier, players will reunite with Sato and together fight off mutants galore.

This game actually has a lot of Duke Nukem attitude to it, except that it is in space. With its tongue in cheek sassy-ness, and outright adult nature this game is absolutely NSFW or children, but it is sure poised to please fans of fun campy shooters.

What do you think, Ranters? Does this video make you pine for a little Bulletstorm under the tree and a grenade launcher under the mistletoe? Will this be one of your must have titles of 2011? Let us know in the comments bellow!

Bulletstorm is set to launch for the PS3, PC, and Xbox 360 on February 22, 2011.

Source: Destructoid

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