Stop us if you've heard this one before. A half-human, half-vampire antihero, along with a long-haired, trench-coat-sporting associate, goes to war with a largely underground society of vampires who are looking to come up in the world and turn the human race into their slaves. No, they didn't make another lousy Blade game. It's BloodRayne, that other half-human, half-vampire hunter of bloodsuckers everywhere. The original BloodRayne game debuted in 2002. You controlled the heroine, Rayne--a busty, redheaded alternative to Wesley Snipes' comic book-inspired vampire hunter--as she hunted down Nazis, vampires, and Nazi vampires in the 1930s. The game featured a fairly straightforward story and style of gameplay that, while not spectacular, proved to be a pretty entertaining experience for fans of comic book-style action games.
Developer: Terminal Reality
Publisher: Majesco Entertainment
Release Date: 9 Sep, 2003
Genre: Action, Hack and Slash, Horror
- Windows 98/2000/XP, 733 MHz processor, 128MB RAM, 200MB virtual memory, 2 GB free hard disc space, DirectX 8.1 or higher (included with game), DirectX compatible sound card, 100% DirectX 8.1 compatible video card, ATI Radeon, GeForce 2 or higher, with Hardware T&L (Transform & Lighting). Excludes GeForce MX and Go series cards. See full list below.Excluded cards:- TnT/TnT 2- ATI Rage (any kind) ATI Radeon VE and Radeon 7000 ATI Mobility Radeon (original, laptop) Kyro 1 & 2 (example, Hercules 3D Prophet 4000/4500) any Voodoo card any Intel card any Matrox card (except the Parhelia) any kind of integrated graphics (except the nForce)
- Windows XP, Pentium 4 2.53 GHz or AMD equivalent, 512 MB RAM, 200MB virtual memory, 2 GB free hard disc space, 64MB nVidia GeForce 3, GeForce 4 Ti or ATI Radeon 8500 video card, DirectX 8.1 or higher (included with game), Sound Blaster Audigy sound card