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  • n. Plural form of bullshot.


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  • As such, the screenshot below is fake - one of a few "bullshots," as they call them.

    The Microsoft Blog

  • Message boards around the Internet regularly post and dissect such "bullshots," but as you might imagine it is nearly impossible to get a videogame developer or publisher to admit to retouching screenshots.

    IGN Complete

  • That's why the term 'bullshots' has become so popular. Podcast

  • Arriving at 11 a.m. on a bright May day, the young men were served bullshots (vodka and bouillon).

    He Knew He Was Right

  • Going back to the original Ultimate Ninja Storm screenshots (not the marketing bullshots) of gameplay, the engine still looks very similar, only thing i notice a bit is that in here it seems its running without any AA, qhere in the original UNS there was BlurAA which is kind worst, but in this case works really well with cell shading games.


  • Activision, however, seems to be so desperate to hire someone to make bullshots that it's willing to come out in the public and admit to the practice.

    The Escapist : Latest News

  • Especially considering the bullshots from the first Red Steel. Podcast

  • The latest in the Ultimate Ninja series from developer CyberConnect2, Ultimate Ninja Storm has been making fans drool with its anime-topping cel-shaded graphics ever since the first screens slipped onto the internet back in April of this year, so good that many internet dwellers called bullshots.


  • Though gamers have had plenty of fun mocking the transparently fake nature of doctored screens, developers have bullshots. "

    The Escapist : Latest News


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