You’ve seen the no-holds-barred trailer, now peek inside the secrets of what makes Bloodrayne: Betrayal so gosh darn purty.
Developer Wayforward is well known for 2D graphical skills, but it’s obviously having a ball with Bloodrayne – especially some of the gorier effects.
At one point, it’s described as a “cacophony of disaster”, and a “beautiful mess”.
Bloodrayne: Betrayal carries the torch of a cult 2000’s franchise, and is due on the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live “very soon”.
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