History VideoGame / BloodRayne

14th Sep '17 12:39:31 PM SeptimusHeap
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* ''[=BloodRayne=]: Betrayal'' (2011, [[UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork PSN]]/[[UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade XBLA]]) -- The OddballInTheSeries being a [[NintendoHard tough-as-nails]] 2D action platformer developed by Creator/{{WayForward Technologies}}. To be released in Japan as ''[=BloodRayne=]: Crimson Slayer'', published by ArcSystemWorks.

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* ''[=BloodRayne=]: Betrayal'' (2011, [[UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork PSN]]/[[UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade XBLA]]) -- The OddballInTheSeries being a [[NintendoHard tough-as-nails]] 2D action platformer developed by Creator/{{WayForward Technologies}}. To be released in Japan as ''[=BloodRayne=]: Crimson Slayer'', published by ArcSystemWorks.Creator/ArcSystemWorks.
8th Sep '17 1:05:57 PM ajbit26
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* FieryRedhead: In the second game at least, where she was more prone to snarking.



* RedheadInGreen: One of the dresses Rayne can wear in the second game is jade colored with an Asian theme.



** The rail-grinding in the second game is clearly inspired by Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog

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** The rail-grinding in the second game is clearly inspired by Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog.
* SignificantGreenEyedRedhead: Rayne of course.
2nd Sep '17 3:30:51 PM GrammarNavi
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* TheCameo: [[ABoyAndHisBlob The Boy and His Blob]] show up in Chapter 15 in ''Betrayal''.

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* TheCameo: [[ABoyAndHisBlob [[VideoGame/ABoyAndHisBlob The Boy and His Blob]] show up in Chapter 15 in ''Betrayal''.
14th Aug '17 3:08:25 PM ajbit26
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** This is also how the Twins and Rayne view each other in their boss fight.


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* YoungerThanTheyLook: Rayne in the Louisiana section of the first game. She was just a teenager at the time, but looked like a fully grown woman.
31st Jul '17 8:38:45 AM Gitman
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* AmazonianBeauty: Rayne is already 5' 11" without her heels (she is 6' 4" with them), and as such towers over everybody in all games.
11th Jun '17 2:22:21 PM nombretomado
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* ''[=BloodRayne=]'' (2002, [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 PS2]]/UsefulNotes/XBox/[[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GCN]])

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* ''[=BloodRayne=]'' (2002, [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 PS2]]/UsefulNotes/XBox/[[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube PS2]][=/=]UsefulNotes/XBox[=/=][[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GCN]])



* ''[=BloodRayne=]: Betrayal'' (2011, [[UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork PSN]]/[[XboxLiveArcade XBLA]]) -- The OddballInTheSeries being a [[NintendoHard tough-as-nails]] 2D action platformer developed by Creator/{{WayForward Technologies}}. To be released in Japan as ''[=BloodRayne=]: Crimson Slayer'', published by ArcSystemWorks.

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* ''[=BloodRayne=]: Betrayal'' (2011, [[UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork PSN]]/[[XboxLiveArcade PSN]]/[[UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade XBLA]]) -- The OddballInTheSeries being a [[NintendoHard tough-as-nails]] 2D action platformer developed by Creator/{{WayForward Technologies}}. To be released in Japan as ''[=BloodRayne=]: Crimson Slayer'', published by ArcSystemWorks.
30th May '17 9:53:02 AM Stellarvore
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** The minions in the second game count as well.
-->'''Minion:''' LET IT FLOOOOOWWW!
19th May '17 2:55:10 AM Quindor
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* BlindIdiotTranslation: Overlaps with GratuitousGerman, as the German labels in the excavation site have been translated word-by-word, like "Die Pumpe Der Raum" ("The Pump The Room") standing at the entrance of a pump room.

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* BlindIdiotTranslation: Overlaps The first game has this overlapping with GratuitousGerman, as the German labels in the excavation site mission have been translated word-by-word, like "Die Pumpe Der Raum" ("The Pump The Room") standing at the entrance of a pump room.
19th May '17 2:54:16 AM Quindor
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* BlindIdiotTranslation: Overlaps with GratuitousGerman, as the German labels in the excavation site have been translated word-by-word, like "Die Pumpe Der Raum" ("The Pump The Room") standing at the entrance of a pump room.
31st Dec '16 7:53:35 PM bt8257
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** [[PlayerCharacter Rayne]], on the other hand plays this straight, despite being capable of some really violent {{gorn}} she never comes out with a drop of blood on her. Not even when [[GameplayAndStorylineSegregation she complains there is bowel in her hair]] after destroying a massive vampire boss from the inside out.

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** [[PlayerCharacter Rayne]], on the other hand plays this straight, despite being capable of some really violent {{gorn}} she never comes out with a drop of blood on her. Not even when [[GameplayAndStorylineSegregation [[GameplayAndStorySegregation she complains there is bowel in her hair]] after destroying a massive vampire boss from the inside out.



* [[DroppedaBridgeOnHim Dropped A Bridge On Her]]: [[spoiler:Ferril's death at the hand of Xerx. After giving a crazy rousing speech to her men earlier and a shorter angry one to Rayne, she is quickly dispatched by one of Xerx sun cannons just before the boss fight.]]

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* [[DroppedaBridgeOnHim Dropped A Bridge On Her]]: DroppedABridgeOnHim: [[spoiler:Ferril's death at the hand of Xerx. After giving a crazy rousing speech to her men earlier and a shorter angry one to Rayne, she is quickly dispatched by one of Xerx sun cannons just before the boss fight.]]



* GunsAreWorthless:
** Despite the wide variety of firearms available in the first game, guns are only really effective against common {{Mooks}}. Some tougher enemies and bosses take very little (if any) damage from bullets, or are difficult to hit in the first place (especially Daemites). Compounding this problem is the fact that guns don't hold much ammo and can't be reloaded; Rayne [[ThrowawayGuns discards a weapon upon emptying the magazine]], and must pick up another to replace it. On top of all this, Rayne's blades and harpoon are generally more efficient weapons, and it's entirely possible to play through most of the game without firing a shot.

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* GunsAreWorthless:
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GunsAreWorthless: Despite the wide variety of firearms available in the first game, guns are only really effective against common {{Mooks}}. Some tougher enemies and bosses take very little (if any) damage from bullets, or are difficult to hit in the first place (especially Daemites). Compounding this problem is the fact that guns don't hold much ammo and can't be reloaded; Rayne [[ThrowawayGuns discards a weapon upon emptying the magazine]], and must pick up another to replace it. On top of all this, Rayne's blades and harpoon are generally more efficient weapons, and it's entirely possible to play through most of the game without firing a shot.



* VideoGameCrueltyPotential: In the mines, you may notice a few doors have been barricaded from the inside with a few Nazis hiding in them. Rayne will actively taunt these poor fellows who are just hiding from the Daemites, even though they offer no resistance; in fact they are outright cowering. They are free health should you need it, but damn.[[note]]Then again, they are ''[[AcceptablePoliticalTargets Nazis]].''[[/note]] ''[=BloodRayne=] 2'', meanwhile, has many, many different ways you can dismember the human body.

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* VideoGameCrueltyPotential: In the mines, you may notice a few doors have been barricaded from the inside with a few Nazis hiding in them. Rayne will actively taunt these poor fellows who are just hiding from the Daemites, even though they offer no resistance; in fact they are outright cowering. They are free health should you need it, but damn.[[note]]Then again, they are they're ''[[AcceptablePoliticalTargets Nazis]].''[[/note]] ''[=BloodRayne=] 2'', meanwhile, has many, many different ways you can dismember the human body.
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