About the Game
In the years between the World Wars, BloodRayne works as a killing machine for The Brimstone Society--a top secret fraternity that hunts down and destroys supernatural threats. Two missions, five years apart, turn out to be connected by one man. For years, this man has been searching the world for powerful occult relics to bring Germany into a new age of domination. Rayne must face his elite Nazi army and prevent them from releasing horrific creatures in their quest for the artifacts. Starring the super-sexy, super-lethal, supernatural heroine BloodRayne, this original action horror game unleashed the red headed dhampir on the world.
Minimum: Windows 98/2000/XP, 733 MHz processor, 128MB RAM, 200MB virtual memory, 2 GB free hard disc space, DirectX 8.1 or higher (included with game), DirectX compatible sound card, 100% DirectX 8.1 compatible video card, ATI Radeon, GeForce 2 or higher, with Hardware T&L (Transform & Lighting). Excludes GeForce MX and Go series cards. See full list below.
- TnT/TnT 2
- ATI Rage (any kind)
- ATI Radeon VE and Radeon 7000
- ATI Mobility Radeon (original, laptop)
- Kyro 1 & 2 (example, Hercules 3D Prophet 4000/4500)
- any Voodoo card
- any Intel card
- any Matrox card (except the Parhelia)
- any kind of integrated graphics (except the nForce)
Recommended: Windows XP, Pentium 4 2.53 GHz or AMD equivalent, 512 MB RAM, 200MB virtual memory, 2 GB free hard disc space, 64MB nVidia GeForce 3, GeForce 4 Ti or ATI Radeon 8500 video card, DirectX 8.1 or higher (included with game), Sound Blaster Audigy sound card
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The game is absolutely stunning and gives immersing experience. Graphics and physics are still looking good despite the fact Bloodrayne has been out there for over a decade. Apparently, the plot seems a bit naive nowadays, but at that time it looked astonishing. Combat system is quite nice and brings a lot of fun, one just has to get use to it. The checkpoint system is quite annoying though, as the game on hard difficulty is very challenging. Incredibly great soundtrack and atmospheric ambient sound. I personally find the first BR better than the BR2, and for all these years Bloodrayne remains one of the best games I've ever played.
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