joseph matlock jr. "Joseph Oscar Matlock Jr.", Amazon
15 April 2012
Summary: I rate this game three stars because the game has a glitch that has Ranye running around in circle during play. The only way to stop the glitch is to restart the level. There's really is no real replayable after you've beat it. Just new outfits and levels changes and image galleries. I think the cheat codes could cause the game to have more glitches. Still have to replay through it again.
Summary: I'm a fan of "BloodRayne", although my expectations were let down with this title. I've been wanting this title for awhile and I finally got around to purchasing it. It's as a labled it, "average as best".
Summary: I recently finished Bloodrayne (1) and was blown away. Sure, the story was cliche and the graphics were definitely early PS2. However, the gameplay was way too fun. As befitting a vampire, Rayne could jump huge heights. She also had some great evasion moves, good looking attacks, and a large variety of weapons scattered about. I was SHOCKED to realize while I was playing it that I was REALLY enjoying myself.
Summary: The first Bloodrayne game was a surprisingly fun third person actioner with a busty heroine, so naturally a sequel was subsequently released. Titular half vampire, half human heroine Rayne returns in the modern day this time, taking on descendants of her evil father Kagan who are planning to resurrect their master and bring chaos to the world.
Summary: Der Versuch, Devil May Cry, nach zu machen ist nicht wirklich gelungen. Zu viele Elemente des Actionspiels sind mit eingeflossen. Das macht das Spiel nicht mehr so reizende. Aber trotzdem kann es sich für neu Einsteiger lohnen.
Summary: Bloodrayne 2 - Der lang erwartete Nachfolger zu Teil 1 der hierzulande nie erschienen ist. Vorgänger: Teil 1 war eigentlich ein richtiges Splatter Spiel. Durch die Gegend fliegende Körperteile wie Arme, Beine und Köpfe waren keine Seltenheit und auch am Blut hatte das Spiel nicht gespart. Es war sogar möglich in einem Slow Motion Modus (Zeitlupe) den Gegner regelrecht zu zerstückeln und in viele kleine Teilchen zu zerschnibbeln.