bullet beat xbox one

Reckon you’ve got what it takes to keep to the rhythm of the beat? Bullet Beat is here and available to purchase on Xbox One.

Available right now from the Xbox Store for Xbox One players to purchase and download. Bullet Beat from Xitilon is the latest musical melody maker to hit console. This time around we see things coming across as an everyday shoot em up, as players are given the opportunity to become one with the music, feel the flow, and keep the combo scoring going.

Bullet Beat will play out across eight different levels which work in not just a bit of dubstep, but a variety of musical masterpieces as you are left to shoot, shoot, and shoot some more to increase your scores, build your combos and enjoy the audio pleasures within.

Priced at £4.19, Bullet Beat does however come with a bit of a warning. Due to the fast paced nature and utterly nuts visual style, Xitilon are giving a heads up on the fact that it may cause discomfort and trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy. If that is you, stay away.

If not, then you may well be in luck with what Bullet Beat brings. Our full review will be able to divulge the finer details so keep an eye out for that, but if you’re already sold on the premise and need another musical, beat bringer like the brilliant AVICII Invector, then this may well scratch an itch. Get over to the Xbox Store, stump up the cash and enjoy the download.

Game Description:

Bullet Beat is a shoot’em up, where everything at the levels is in tune with the music, even shooting. Keep the combo to get stronger! Available in the game: – 8 different levels with unique tracks in the dubstep genre and more; – Chill Out mode; – infinite mode with fortress protection. Warning! This game contains fast flashing images. It may cause discomfort and trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy. Gamers discretion is advised. Safety first!

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