Terminal Reality has somehow made a boring game featuring a sexy vampire, buckets of blood, and Nazis. BloodRayne may feature the va-va-voomiest bloodsucker in gaming, George Romero-style gore that includes lots of decapitations, and everyone’s favorite goose-stepping bad guys, but gameplay is so predictable that you’ll be stifling yawns even as you tear open jugulars.
The story isn’t going to win any awards for originality, either. You play as Rayne, a half-vampire (otherwise known as a dhampir) working in the 1930s for the secretive Brimstone Society. It has taken the sultry young lady under its wing and turned her into agent BloodRayne, a warrior helping the organization protect humanity from creepy things that go bump in the night. She’s also got a bone to pick with evil Nazis searching for arcane artifacts and with her long-lost vampire father, who started her not-so-happy family.
Windows 98/ME/2000/XP /1Ghz processor /256MB RAM /200MB virtual memory (swap file) /4x CD-ROM/600MB free hard disc space /100% DirectX 8.1 compatible video card or higher /DirectX compliant sound card Already installed DirectX 8.1 or higher