Know your Skillshots
Seems obvious, but knowing a good range of skillshots for the weapon you’re using is vital for big scoring opportunities. Know how your charge shots work, know how to double up on combo scores with them. In other words, stop leashing and booting everyone constantly – it’s getting your nowhere!
Line Up Your Enemies
In the early echoes, the Peacemaker’s charge shot is essential for big scores. If at any point you see enemies lining up to charge you, then smash through them for an X Ray bonus. If you can do that with a headshot, you’ll get an Overkill too.
Look For Combo Opportunities
Obvious again, but why kick that guy into the cactus if you can flail-gun him first? There are always opportunities to get a bigger score just by being smart with your skillshots. Time isn’t as much of a factor as getting a huge combo, so it’s ok to take a second and really nail what you want to do.
Always hit your basics
In every run, you’re going to want to find time to hit your core skillshots. The Bullet Kick, Bullet Slide, Gag Reflex and Mercy shots are all easy to pull off and all give you a big score the first time you do them. If you’ve got a shotgun, make sure you hit a Torpedo by sliding and shooting. Just make sure you get as much variety in as possible.
If it seems too scruffy, keep looking
Bulletstorm should be smooth, so if you’re in an area of an Echo where you can’t seem to do anything interesting, look harder. There’s always a clever way of taking down multiple enemies. If there’s nothing in the environment to stick them on, then watch for their formation or look up into the sky. The quicker you kill them, the higher your score!
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