“Children of the night finally making music in the day” or some thoughts on FEMALE LIQUIFIED VIOLENCE and BLOODRAYNE 2

The game is a decent sequel to the 2002 original. The plot continues where the original left off, following a female protagonist, Rayne, half-human half-vampire on her path of revenge. You feed on your enemies, raising your blood levels that are quantified by the game’s interface as health points and ammunition for your blood-based weaponry, while simultaneously accumulating rage and carnage points, that can be spent on various blood arts (macabre tactics of pure suppression of oncoming life force). 

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