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Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds

Platform : GameCube
Rated: Teen
27 customer reviews
Metascore: 75 / 100

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A must-have for all Buffy fans!

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  • ASIN: B000095ZH7
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,469 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer VINE VOICE on August 12, 2004
If you're a Buffy watcher, and even a casual gamer, Chaos Bleeds is a must. It's a way to fight vamps in the shoes of all of the Scoobies -- quipping and slaying along with Buffy, trembling a little but doing the right thing as Xander, wandering along in a dreamy magical daze with Willow, or resignedly fighting the bad guys with cool-as-a-cucumber Spike and Faith.

The characters are beautifully rendered and realistically written, and the voice acting is superb across the board. Many of the actors reprise their onscreen roles here, with a few exceptions (the girl who voices Willow is a little more dazed and ditzy than Hannigan, but I thought she was hilarious and wonderfully performed, so I didn't care), and while Buffy isn't played by SMG, the girl who voices her is outstanding -- the voice may not be Sarah, but it's definitely Buffy, if that makes sense. The supporting actors are just as good, with original actor returnees from the show including the characters of Tara, Ethan Rayne, Sid, and Kakistos.

The story is set in what for me were the glory days of Buffy, sometime around Season 5, and is top-notch, on par with any televised Buffy episode. Throughout the course of the game, the player gets to step into the shoes of a different member of the Scooby gang in turn, periodically returning to play as Buffy once again for continuity's sake. The supporting characters, both good and evil, also make for some fun gameplay, especially Sid the Dummy, who's challenging and very funny to play. Each character speaks his or her thoughts aloud, or quips when making a new discovery or kill, and they really bring the characters to life -- Buffy's bright and spunky, Spike is gruff and slyly humorous, Faith is tough and sexy, etc.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Danny on September 7, 2003
This game is one of the best i've ever played. A game for any Buffy fan, even fun if your not. Has many extra unlockable features, such as Voice-overs(Amber Bensen, James Marsters, Anthony Stewart Head, Nicolas Brendon, Joss Wedon, and Ethan), a Buffy comic book, interviews, photos and more. Great multiplayer w, 4 different modes including Survival, Bunny Catcher,Domination, and Slayers Challange with many,many multiplayer characters.
In thegame, You can play as 6 different Charecters, Buffy, Spike, Willow, Xander, Faith, and Sid the Dummy. There are ove 12 different levels to play in! Get this game. Its worth it.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By JC on September 4, 2003
Let's get this right out of the way...there is nothing truly groundbreaking in this game, in terms of graphics, sound, or general gameplay. That said, it's still a solid action/puzzle title that captures much of the postmodern spirit of the fabulous series on which it was based. I'd rate it about an 8.3 out of 10.
I'll get to the gameplay, etc., in a moment, but will first comment on the story. It does have more of a comic-book feel than the series generally does, but by videogame standards, it's well above-average, and really quite entertaining, mostly in the comedic sense (self-referential humour fully intact). Given that the villain is essentially Ethan Rayne, though, don't expect much in the way of emotional's BtVS-lite in that regard. Now, onto the gameplay...
The fighting engine is remarkably deep, at least for the Buffy and Faith characters, which you play 65% of the time. The various combos available to you seem endless, though you'll probably do reasonably well with mindless button-mashing, so it's equally suitable for novices and more advanced gamers who like to mix it up. The staking effect is extremely satisfying, especially for fans of the series. Willow's more enjoyable to use later in the game (the Mall stage), with all of her spells firmly intact (though you'll likely fall back on the homing missle most of the time), Xander's relies more on weapons (of which there are an abundance), Spike inflicts the most damage, and Sid (used only in half of the hospital stage) is a riot to behold, with his rapid fists of fury.
Character models are good but not exceptional, and the voice work is generally solid (Anya's voice double being the only one totally off-the mark, and Willow's, though well-intentioned, sounding too much like an affectation).
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Darrin Pfannenstiel on September 2, 2003
I bought this game yesterday and have played it for several hours. I couldn't make myself put it down (and I am not really into video-gaming)(i.e., I am a 33 year old lawyer). I have only played single-player mode; so, my comments only apply to that portion of the game. Here they are: 1) You do not choose your character; rather, you play all of the characters of the Buffy cast, including Willow, Spike, and Xander. I personally liked this because I get to be everyone in the game and it keeps it exciting and fun. 2) The controls and moves are very very easy to use. Buffy has over 100 attacks, for example, but you don't need to learn them. You can access a screen to look at them and use them if you want to practice something new. 3) You don't have to wander all around to find needed items like keys. They are easily visible and the game gives you hints on where to find items you need for each "objective." 4) There are all kinds of monsters and demons, not just vampires. 5) The moves and the graphics are phenomenol. 6) The characters make whitty commentary just like on the show, which makes it even more fun. I laughed several times. 7) There's always something to fight or to wandering around trying to find secret passages just to get "extras" that don't really wow you. (An example of this would be Metroid Prime. I got so tired of trying to find stupid stuff, I gave up. Hated it). Overall, I really really hope that this is not the last Buffy videogame from these makers. They have done an excellent job. The only thing I would change about the game in the future would be to make it a 4 player "Gauntlet"-type game, but still in 3-D, so that a group of friends can all play in story mode and choose what characters they want to be, including 2 willows if you wanted that, etc. (just like you can have 2 wizards on Gauntlet).
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