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BloodRayne

BloodRayne (GCN) game cover art
Platform: GameCube
Tags: Action, Horror
Developer: Terminal Reality

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
12/17/2002
EU
05/23/2003

Reader Reviews

BloodRayne review

Reviewed May 15, 2010

bloomer says: "... "Half human. Half vampire. All woman." "
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BloodRayne review

Reviewed October 11, 2012

JoeTheDestroyer says: "BloodRayne is not a taut scare game or a breathtaking artsy experience. It's an over-the-top action title with horror elements that hits all of the right marks, and sometimes that's all you need."
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