The customer is always right, so the saying goes. But when BloodRayne Betrayal: Fresh Bites presents to you its wares, it’s not quite ready to concede that much. If the customer thinks there’s actually a few too many monsters on screen, well, they’re wrong. If they think those platforms are a bit too narrow, that’s also incorrect. You can by all means offer an opinion about checkpoint spacing, but it will be ignored. BloodRayne may not provide the friendliest customer service, but you will definitely get served.
This is the core of the BloodRayne Betrayal: Fresh Bites proposition: a vampiric, cartoon-gory, 2D, side-scrolling platform slash-em-up, refreshed from 2011, that’s old-school in genre, style and aesthetic. It’s also old-school in what it demands of the player and in how it treats you when its demands are not met.
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