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Supreet Virdi Oct 03, 2005, 03:05pm EDT Report Abuse
Just got this game, I would say it has 'nice' graphics :)

Some dirty stuff inside ;)


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DarK_SlayeR Oct 03, 2005, 03:38pm EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: BloodRayne2
I want it for Xbox. Havn't had good luck with PC gamepads.

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Pogi Bagsik Oct 03, 2005, 04:00pm EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: BloodRayne2
Yes, the graphics are nice for a console game but its get old pretty fast especially the gameplay.

Supreet Virdi Oct 04, 2005, 07:50am EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: BloodRayne2
Has anybody else played this game?..

She's really faster than 'Trinity' in the Matrix movie ;)

Mort1616 Oct 04, 2005, 01:12pm EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: BloodRayne2
Darkslayer

Why do you wan't a PC gamepad, when you can get much more accuracy and sensitivity out of a keyboard and mouse?

I have the original bloodrayne. Is it worth buying number 2, or is it just lots more of the same.
The original was too easy to run around and kill everything untill the last incredibly hard boss, the occasional requirement to change tactic would have been nice.

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Pogi Bagsik Oct 04, 2005, 02:19pm EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: BloodRayne2
Its not really worth buying imo. The game is really short, i finished it under 10 hours and the gameplay is so repetitive and frustrating at times. Basically what you do in a level is kill bad guys in a room then move to another room, then there are places where you need to do something in order to progress. For example throwing your enemies using the harpoon to a wall to break it, throwing enemies to a big electric fan to break it using the harpoon again and so on and so forth (Harpoon is required to finish these puzzles). Thats what you do most of the time in all levels in the game (its called enviroment puzzle or something like that) . The enemies will keep on respawning until you find a way to progress.

DarK_SlayeR Oct 04, 2005, 08:32pm EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: BloodRayne2
Mort1616:

Of course I want a keyboard and mouse setup. That game is kind of tough to play with mouse and keyboard.
Gamepad is a very good thing to pickup if you're gona play it.


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Mort1616 Oct 08, 2005, 07:10am EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: BloodRayne2
Darkslayer

Are the controles and gameplay for BR2 the same as the original, 'cos I found that the keyboard and mouse setup worked very well and game me a great deal of accuracy. Furthermore I do have a cheap rip off of a playstation pad for my PC that works very well. Since microsoft made Xbox have they made no attempt of making an Xbox style controle pad for the PC. Or would that make too much sence

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DarK_SlayeR Oct 08, 2005, 04:27pm EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: BloodRayne2
I only played the demo so I hope they fixed what I played with in the retail version.

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Supreet Virdi Oct 10, 2005, 03:09pm EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: BloodRayne2
Oh...I am in love with this Vampie...she's so cute :D:D

LOL



 

    
 
 

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