It’s been a few years since a BloodRayne game has graced our consoles, but Rayne makes her triumphant, and sometimes agonizing, return on Xbox Live Arcade with publisher Majesco and developer WayForward at the helm. This 2D side-scrolling action platformer will set you back 1200 Microsoft points, but players may find themselves more frustrated than entertained by BloodRayne’s latest offering.
Glossy Eyed's first reaction to “BloodRayne: Betrayal” was that they were playing a retro Castlevania game. Indeed much of the game seems to be a homage to the NES classic. The story follows Rayne through an ancient castle as she takes on hordes of vampires and other grotesque creatures in an attempt to foil the plot of an evil vampire Lord. Sound familiar?