Summary: This was the first Blood Rayne for the PS2. It has good graphics, controls, sound and music. The Graphics are low budget. The controls are a little stiff. The sound is great and so is the environments. Blood Rayne takes place during World War 2. Rayne is half human & half vampire. She has plenty of weapons to use against the evil vampires. Rayne wants revenge against her father for killing her human mother and family. She has a cool attitude and very optimistic.
Summary: When I first read about this game I thought it would be a lot of fun to play because I like horror/adventure games. Then I started to play and the dissappointment set in. First of all graphics are one of the most important aspects of this type of game and BloodRayne comes up short in the graphics department. The graphics lack detail and they are full of tiny glitches that detract from the game. A good story might have helped but BloodRayne doesn't even have that.
Summary: I am a pretty big gamer. So i would like to think i am not blowing smoke but this game just did not cut it. Mabey 2 or 3 years ago this game would be cool but for a PS2 game the graphics where so so and the game flow... You would be better off spending your money somewhere else.
Summary: I imagined this game to be Kain from Blood Omen transported to MOH:FrontLine, and the gameplay isnt far from it, though its a bit grosser(sexier?) to watch Bloodrayne grind on her victims as she drinks their blood than it is to watch Kain. However, while MOH:Frontline and Blood Omen (I & II) all offered good storylines, Bloodrayne is ridiculously lacking in that capacity: Agent Bloodrayne must go after her vampire rapist father who is in league with Nazis in 1938 after...