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BloodRayne: Betrayal (PS3)

BloodRayne: Betrayal (PS3)
alaScore 81

21 reviews

Nov, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 21 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the action, but comments are divided on the controls.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the BloodRayne: Betrayal (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 81/100 = Very good quality.

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Bloodrayne: Betrayal Review

 

Vampires are trendy, cool, the in thing. They're the best undead friend a guy or gal could ever wish for, apart from maybe a zombie. Ghouls get lost, wraiths take a hike, skeletons just don't ever come back.

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BloodRayne: Betrayal Review

 

Half vampire, half incredibly frustrating platformer.

Fluid animations, appropriately bloody combat, frustratingly difficult

Imprecise controls, slippery platforming, frustratingly dif

Brandon Cackowski-Schnell is a regular contributor to GameShark and is the cohost of Jumping the Shark , GameShark.com's official podcast and co-founder of No High Scores.

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BloodRayne: Betrayal Review

 

I will admit that I was one of the people who really enjoyed the original BloodRayne games. They were cheesy and not the best action games, but I did find them enjoyable. With so many years passed...

Gorgeous visuals ; Boss battles ; Satisfying combat

Punishing in later levels ; Backgrounds can be bland ; Controls too lose for precision platforming

I will admit that I was one of the people who really enjoyed the original BloodRayne games. They were cheesy and not the best action games, but I did find them enjoyable. With so many years passed, you may be wondering why anyone would bother to...

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BloodRayne: Betrayal - PS3 review at Thunderbolt Games

 

BloodRayne, the franchise, was founded on two core assumptions about gamers: their love for hyper-sexualized heroines and killing Nazis. With two games and three Uwe Boll films to the franchise's credit, BloodRayne was quite reasonably presumed dead....

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BloodRayne: Betrayal Review

 

Follow the bouncing… well, guess.

Animation is silky-smooth; Details, details, details; Fighting is easy to pick up; Shades of the classic Metal Slug feel

and can be easy to put back down; Difficulty spikes run rampant; Limited attack/upgrade options

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Review: BloodRayne: Betrayal for PSN

 

I don't know about you, but when I thought of BloodRayne, I thought of a couple sub-par games and a really bad movie. While I didn't dislike the franchise in general, I didn't think too highly of it either. It wasn't until I started to see footage of...

Gorgeous 2D art style, many enemies double as health packs, generous checkpoints, replay incentives

Sometimes difficult for no apparent reason, good music can get repetitive, very small invisibility time between taking damage, very little storytelling

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BloodRayne: Betrayal Review

 

Finicky controls taint the exciting combat in BloodRayne: Betrayal, creating an uneven and frustrating adventure.

Making enemies explode is fun ; Striving for high scores is satisfying

Major control issues hound you in combat ; Painful platforming sequences ; Difficulty spikes quickly halt your progress

With practice and determination, you can come to grips with the cumbersome controls. And once you overcome the handicaps, Betrayal can be a lot of fun. Each of the 15 levels tracks your score, and though you can squeak by with an F rating your first...

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Review: BloodRayne Betrayal is Bizarro Devil May Cry

 

A tough-but-fair 2D sidescroller from Wayforward ends up being the best Bloodrayne game.

BloodRayne: Betrayal is a game from a parallel universe -- one where 3D games never took off and 2D action games continued to reign supreme. It's not surprising that such a game would come from WayForward, a developer that's proved their 2D chops again...

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BloodRayne: Betrayal Review

 

BloodRayne: Betrayal plays like an old-school Castlevania game from the NES and SNES days. And you know what that means? It's awesome.

One thing concerns me about BloodRayne: Betrayal. Many gamers won’t give it a chance because of the BloodRayne moniker associated with it. But it would be a mistake to ignore a game like this. Betrayal isn’t for everyone, but for classic gamers looking...

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BloodRayne: Betrayal Preview

 

The character of Rayne gripped me from the start, so I distinctly recall playing the original BloodRayne with great anticipation. I was a little let down but I continued to give the flame-haired vampire hottie a chance; consequently, I've played every...

At first, we’ll face simple braindead enemies that don’t really pose much of a problem but as time goes on, more challenging foes will rear their ugly heads. This sounds like standard side-scrolling fare, doesn’t it? The media we’ve seen thus far...

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