FireStarter is pure nonsense. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, though. This run-and-gun shooter follows in the fine tradition of the Quake and Unreal Tournament series. While certainly not as good as those games, FireStarter mimics them by featuring a throwaway story, bizarre settings and enemies, tons of weapons, and buckets of blood. Don’t expect cutscenes, scripted events, memorable characters, stealth missions, or careful tactics. Do expect nonstop, over-the-top violence where killing is your only goal, and killing is its own reward. FireStarter is rough around the edges, it’s thematically incoherent, and it’s a victim of feature creep, but along with fast-paced action, it has some interesting twists that give it a little depth.