Geplaatst: 23 april
Bloodrayne takes us back to the action hack & slash games of old,providing a simple yet enjoyable experience.
-good combat/movement controls keep the fights fun
-lots of gore and dismemberment
-Rayne as a character is truly enjoable,albeit very one-dimensional
-interesting special powers (especially bullet time)
-decent level variety
-story is cliche but keeps the game going
-decent overall length
-killing nazis never gets old
-save system is pretty brutal,if you die you restart the level potentially losing up to 10/15 minutes of play
-being an old game,you might have to work on it a bit to make it start/support more resolutions/etc,a Google search is enough to fix everything for most people
-navigating some levels can get annoying due to lack of a proper map
-a few irksome jumps
-some difficulty spikes here and there
-melee combat feels a bit underpowered at times
-feeding can often be used to make most fights trivial
Overall Bloodrayne is a good game for its genre due to its nice combat system,liberal use of violence and interesting setting.
It surely'd be called a one-trick pony,you're basically doing the same things over and over,but what it does it does well and it provides enough mindless fun to be a recommended purchase (on sale,due to its age).