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Posted on Friday, June 24 @ 16:01:01 PST by

If you remember the PS2-generation shooter Black, you probably remember shooting... and shooting... the level after that feature even more shooting. Codemasters community manager Benjamin Bateman took to the PlayStation Blog today to show off a little about Bodycount, spiritual successor to Black:

This isn't just another shooter; this is a gun centerfold that gives you amazingly satisfying guns that you will never forget. The mantra in the team has been 'gun, bullet, world' -- everything is focused on the experience of squeezing the trigger, hearing bullets tear through the air and watching them obliterate enemies and the environment. Every gun has been carefully crafted for your gaming pleasure.

I think I get what he's saying, and you will too after you watch the trailer below. Tearing a door through the wall like it's paper will never get old.

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