The original video game femme fatale, BloodRayne, has returned to battle and feed in a brand new hack 'n slash adventure developed by WayForward, the seasoned team behind some of gaming's most critically acclaimed brand reinventions. BloodRayne delivers over-the-top stylish action with a healthy dose of bloodshed. You are Rayne, the sexy dhampir with superhuman strength, speed, and agility, recruited by the vampire hunting Brimstone Society for one last mission. The target is a lavish, yet sinister, ball in a secluded castle with plenty of dark surprises. With the help of a mysterious friend, and members of Brimstone, Rayne must infiltrate the manor, take out the fiendish horde, and stop an evil master plot once and for all.
|7||Back in the 1990s sprite-based games were all the rage. Fighting games, RPGs, platformers – almost everything used them. But with the advent of systems such as the Nintendo 64 and the original PlayStation, the era of gaming shifted towards 3D worlds outside of rare games such as Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. So when developer WayForward and publisher Majesco announced BloodRayne: Betrayal as a throwback to that long-forgotten genre, it's understandable that a lot of veteran gamers' interests were piqued, but does BloodRayne betray those fans or provide them a throwback to the good times of old? |
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