BPM: Bullets Per Minute (Review)

BPM: Bullets Per Minute (Review)

BPM: Bullets Per Minute is a fast-paced shooter roguelike in which you strive to escape ever-changing floors of monsters by firing to a BPM “Beat per minute” and shooting Bullets Per Minute as the name suggests. The gameplay loop is enjoyable, as it is in most roguelike/rogue-lite games, but Bullets Per Minute falls short in terms of style; the graphics have an overfilled saturation that makes the game super bright and sometimes blinding to the point of being unable to focus on what is going on; there is no way to turn this off; the only option is to turn it down and make the game black and white. As previously said, the game includes a strong loop with a large number of unlocked tasks and characters.

Written by: Cody Howard

Overall rating

The good
  • Fun gameplay loop
  • Good Replay Value
  • Fun Challenge
The bad
  • Way too much bloom you can't turn off.
About author

Cody Howard

CEO, Writer & Streamer.

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