Posted on 08 February 2012.
BloodRayne: Betrayal was not an easy game. It was, however, a wonderfully entertaining game, if you believe what has been said about it. Now, BloodRayne, the titular dhampir character of BloodRayne: Betrayal, can continue her action-platformer quest against the undead on your console at two-thirds of the original price, thanks to a permanent price cut. 1200MSP / $14.99 is now dropped to 800MSP / $9.99 on XBLA and PSN respectively. Read the full story
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Posted on 14 September 2011.
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No, I don’t mean only kill vampires that have a sense of style (though perhaps showing a bit of prejudice towards them wouldn’t hurt). I’m talking about killing vampires in the beautifully styled game BloodRayne: Betrayal! “But Chris,” I hear you exclaiming, “I don’t have BloodRayne: Betrayal! Whatever am I to do?” Well, you’re in luck. We happen to have one XBLA copy of BloodRayne: Betrayal, and it has YOUR name written all over it! Read the full story
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Posted on 13 September 2011.
It is hard to imagine how a game based on a scantily-clad, half-vampire woman who battles Nazi’s could fail, but somehow, BloodRayne managed to be a fairly mediocre series. When the license was handed over to Uwe “I have a grudge against all gamers” Boll to be mangled and humiliated, it was all but certain that the proverbial wooden stake had been shoved through Rayne’s heart. However, BloodRayne has clawed its way back thanks to Way Forward Technologies. With a new veneer and focus on inventive combat, this 2D, side-scrolling BloodRayne manages to reinvigorate the series and give it a new lease on life. Read the full story
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