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Submitted by combocaster 654d ago | review

Bleed Review | ComboCaster

Bleed The objective is quite simple, defeat all the enemies from the beginning to the end of the game, but more specifically, defeat all heroes in the world to become the newest member of the Hall of Heroes. Altogether there are eight of these heroes and to confront them we must attack their bases and defeat all the enemies that make up its security by destroying robots and avoiding the missiles they launch. It may sound easy but Bleed wishes to be a real challenge to our capabilities.

Each level has its dangers and challenges. The levels are filled with drones and lasers security barely warn security, make us to be attacked by a real cloud menacing robots. You need to learn the pattern of movement of lasers to avoid for example, while another level is necessary to avoid rocks that are falling. None of the levels lacks lack of balance between difficulty and fun and there is no part in which we are bound to lose at least once, since the care levels remain high. (Bleed, PC) 7.5/10

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