23 Replies to “IGN Reviews – BloodRayne: Betrayal Game Review”

  1. Actually your just a pathetic little child who has nothing better to do than to sit at home on their computer and shit-talk other people to make yourself look better.

  2. yes, but for him the music is forgettable, and that’s final. You can’t say that you know music and therefore this music is objectively good and catchy… It’s like saying one song from an artist is objectively good… It may be good for you, but for others it may suck…

  3. The fact that anyone in the fucking world has an opinion doesn’t mean that it is valid. To have a valid opinion you must first educate yourself and know what you’re saying. I, for one, have studied music for more than 14 years, play the piano at professional level and guitar at mid-level and know about all sorts of genres from classical to death metal. That is why my opinion is worth more than a game reviewers opinion in terms of music. So to answer your question I’m not spoiled, I’m educated.

  4. Got this game because I am a Playstation Plus subscriber. After hours of game-play I can confidently say its an amazing game. Its on of those game that does not need voice acting to be awesome and it has a great feel to it. Slashing and hacking enemies is really entertaining so this game is fun. The game is brutal but the feeling after beating a difficult stage is so rewarding.

  5. Awesome game. One of the best downloadable games around. Old school gaming, nice graphics, good music. I really hope konami would do a hd version from Symphony of the night.

  6. you guys should make it for the psp and psp vita, it will really sell and plus people like bloody games on booth systems i know i do. And plus it has a style like Castlevania i think that’s what got my attention.

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