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Bullet Time


Bullet Time is the video game podcast that analyzes the shooters that missed their mark: the failed innovators, odd-offshoots, and forgotten favourites. Every episode, host @hotcyder and a revolving cast of guests dig into the details of developer histories, cultural context, game feel and set-pieces. Expect one-off episodes focused on a single mid-tier classic, as well as mini-series that chart t... more

PublishesWeeklyEpisodes32Founded2 years ago
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On this brand new series Coyote Time, video maker Wyatt Joseph joins James on an exploration of the platformers that missed their marks. In this inaugural episode, the two join forces to tackle Traveller’s Tales 2004 game Crash Twinsanity. An ambitio... more

5 days ago

On this episode of Bullet Time, we take a zero-tolerance approach to crime in Rocksteady Studios’ 2006 shooter Urban Chaos: Riot Response. Special guest Sam Webster and returning guest host Tehsnakerer join James to look at the oft-forgotten first ga... more

12 days ago

On this episode of Bullet Time, returning special guest ChariotRider welcomes TehSnakerer and James to DreamWorks Interactive’s 1997 game Trespasser, the third entry in the Jurassic Park franchise. Although a technical marvel for its time, were Tresp... more

7 months ago

On this episode of Bullet Time, we go on a bug hunt with Gearbox’s 2013 shooter Aliens: Colonial Marines. Kevin and Phil from Pixel Lit join James on an expedition through one of the most notorious FPS games of recent memory, in an effort to discern ... more

7 months ago


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4.9 out of 5 stars from 44 ratings
  • Fun And Insightful

    A fun, focused take on a game club. There is always great chemistry with co-hosts and guests (sometimes too great, as the excited talking over each other can be a bit much), and they always seem well researched.

    Apple Podcasts
    Canadaa year ago
  • Quality

    The only podcast to dive into the Legendary (2008) deep lore.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • A Fun Podcast about Interesting Games

    There are a lot of really weird and interesting shooters, and a podcast discussing them is right up my alley! Each episode is fun, and the guests are always interesting and insightful. I highly recommend Bullet Time

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • A unique video game podcast that focuses on great games that just barely missed the mark for the fps genre.

    Podcast Addict
    2 years ago

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