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Submitted by XCLANN 361d ago | review

Bloodforge Sales & Specials Review - XCLANN

It seems strange today that fifteen years ago a game could sell purely because it was gory. Games like Manhunt received free advertising because of their gore that only helped their sales but nowadays games are supposed to have more depth and complexity than simply covering the foreground with red all the time. As you might guess from the name, Bloodforge attempts to be unique by doing something hundreds of games have already done making every single enemy in the game explode in a bloody mess whenever they’re killed. (Bloodforge, Xbox 360) 58/100

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