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Sixty years after the first game, BloodRayne stalks a modern day city, hunting down each of her nefarious siblings. They have banded together and formed the Cult of Kagan, pledging to carry on the legacy of their dead father to create a new era of vampire supremacy where humans are mere cattle for bloodthirsty predators. The Cult has produced "The Shroud", a mysterious substance which, when released, renders the sun's lethal rays harmless to vampires. Now only BloodRayne stands between an unsuspecting humanity and a horrifying vampire dawn. Advanced melee combat for deeper, more precise fighting with more than 20 combo attacks. Acrobatic action on poles and rails offers variations for fast-paced blade and gun combat.
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Gamings sexiest assassin is back, and Xbox has her! BloodRayne returns in all her crimson-haired, twin-bladed glory! Majesco brings the tale of the half-human, half-vampire, and all-woman secret agent into modern day with a brand-new story line pitting her against the most dangerous foe she could face: her own vampire father.
This version of the deliciously deadly heroine really pushes the power envelope. Ms. Rayne still sports her signature forearm blades, but her speed and combat ability is greatly enhanced, thanks to the newest version of Terminal Realitys Infernal Engine. Her arsenal has improved considerably and now includes upgradable shotguns, energy rifles, and explosive devices.
Her attacks aren't any less formidable this time around, inflicting harsh damage on her foes. Blood Rage is back, joined by the punishing Blood Fury and the even more devastating Blood Storm. Her vampiric heritage also augments her aura vision, allowing her to locate hidden areas and sense infrared clues. Shes got some nifty new talents as well, including the ability to send out a spectral version of herself to acquire blood from a distance.
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If you thought Rayne was up against some precarious forces with Jurgen Wulf... well she's up against even more dangerous enemies this time around! This game is a large scale production by comparison. There's something very bad going on in the world and a lot of powerful vampire's are uniting. They're going to try and remake the world in their image and it's up to Rayne to stop them! She's lost contact with the Brimstone society and just has Severin to help guide her through all the dangers of this adventure. I don't want to reveal anymore of the story, because it's very well written. Don't expect to see that Nazi element appearing from the first again, that's not in here at all. I actually like this story a lot more over all. It's much more cinematic and has some really good twists and turns.
One thing they changed that I didn't like very much was her weapon system. No, not the blades, her guns. Don't get me wrong... the Dragons are awesome weapon concepts and I love how you upgrade them overtime as you get more experience. However, one thing that was cool in the first game was that you could pick up new weapons and you could search the environment for more ammunition. The environment in this installment is even more interactive, but I feel like they've removed the element that makes me want to explore. There are no items for Rayne to pick up, so why should I explore every inch of the environment? Sure it's really cool to break stuff, but after a few hours that gets a bit boring and you just feel like moving on because you're not getting anything out of it. That's really the only one small fault I have with the game.
As I mentioned before the graphic quality of the game is far superior to the original. I think they've even changed Rayne's costume slightly because she looks a lot more alluring in this edition. Not to mention the enemies she's fighting are a lot more varied. Sure in certain sequences you get similarly rendered enemies, but they change as you go through the levels. That didn't happen as much with the first game. The overall script is a lot stronger as well. It felt like they took the time to sit down and write a more well thought out concept. Even the small quips Rayne says when she's fighting people are a lot cooler and varied. Rayne also has a LOT more combos! This is by far the greatest added feature ever. It's so much more than just hit "X" a bunch of times like in the first game. This one relies on special combinations which result in her executing a cool impressive maneuver! I loved this feature. Another fun aspect is that a lot of the puzzles are solved by throwing enemies into electrical units, woodchippers, etc. in order to solve a puzzle to go onto the next section. This was absolutely hilarious. Remember... the harpoon is usually what you have to use to throw an enemy into a whirling fan blade most efficiently. You'd think this would get redundant after the fifth puzzle... but for some reason it actually doesn't. Throwing enemy bodies into fans in different ways is actually kind of fun to figure out. Though, I must admit that I had to put on God Mode from time to time while I sat around and figured out how to solve some of these puzzles. Such as when fighting final level bosses, there's usually something special you have to do to beat them... you can't just hack them to death like most other enemies.
If you enjoyed playing the first game then you'll surely find this one even more fun. If you got tired of the assassination mission to just kill the same Nazi over and over, then you'll be pleased to hear this game doesn't have that same failing. I actually highly recommend this game; it's a lot of fun. Some of the acrobatic scenarios are incredibly frustrating, but you feel like an idiot after you figure them out most of the time! You can expect to see the same amount of extreme violence purveyed throughout this game as in the first. This one is probably a lot more intense on that level, so if that's your interest in playing this, you will not be disappointed. Whatever your reason for delving into the world of Bloodrayne, it's a lot of fun once you're there!