Sean Velasco, design director for BloodRayne: Betrayal and now at Yacht Club Games, discusses the course they needed to soak up this radical re-vamp of the viscerally bloody cult traditional on this official featurette. Leveraging their expertise with the Shovel Knight franchise, Velasco talks about translating the sultry and mature horror themes right into a 2D hack-and-slash platformer. Programmer, David D’Angelo, additionally cites inspirations equivalent to Devil May Cry and Bayonetta, eager to imbue the essence of a trendy supernatural beat-em-up with the difficult nature of a 2D platformer.
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Like you totes ruined bloodrayne, thank you
This is the first game Laura Bailey has voiced in.
They should remake the first game
I've been hoping for a reboot on blood rayne.
Bringing back a leg ps2 title.. like this!?
Bloodrayne isn't a 2d side scroller so hard to get excited about this
A new 3D game with gore and crude humor is needed. Would be cool if they take notes from Beyonetta, DMC and even that X-Men Origins: Wolverine game
2D games are kinda a step down when you have an Xbox Series X
All they need to do to make this game blow up and become more popular is make a AAA 3-D game that plays like Bayonetta.
Bloodrayne but with devil may cry fighting style will be lit 🔥
Discovered this game 2 days ago😂 what a coincidence
where is nocturne
bloodborne is what we asked for………………….
They should team up with capcom for a while to make the best Bloodrayne game ever.
While I'm here, might as well remind you to please stop the Genshin hate.
Make a AAA Bloodrayne Game🎮🤞🏼
For a moment
Dat moment when