Sony Talks about Free to Play Bullet Run PC Shooter
Sony is offering up some details on a coming PC shooter called Bullet Run. The videogame is played online at no cost to download the game or play. Sony Online Entertainment hopes to generate money via in game sales of items. Presumably, those items will include weapons and other products to help players in the game.
The game has multiple maps that support up to 20 players each. While the game play is typical shooter fare, the game is set in a future reality TV show that has commentators talking about the players as they shoot each other up. This sounds like an interesting game, and I hope the in game purchase items aren't overly expensive.
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Nicki Minaj dates August Alsina
Nicki Minaj has quite a busy life and she also has a lot to look forward to as a pop starlet and rap artist par excellence. And the 31-year-old rapper can be seen dating August Alsina in a new music video.
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