BloodRayne: Terminal Cut

I love the idea of the first BloodRayne game, but I don’t think I love the game itself. The first BloodRayne establishes a lot of neat ideas, like draining enemies for health, but the game itself drowns in a clunky river of blood. You can either flail your arm blades until the Nazis explode (which is cool!) or fire guns that miss 80% of their shots so you just run up and flail at them anyway (Not cool!). It’s not all bad, Rayne is a great protagonist and it has solid b-movie vibes, but I’m hoping the sequel aged better.

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