Bloodborne review – elegant, precise and irresistible | The Guardian

Bloodborne’s horror, at a glance, approaches cliché. Yarnham, the city in which Hidetaka Miyazaki’s latest game is centered, is beleaguered with plague, its streets all grime and squalor. Bodies pile in sodden sacks, flies buzz around horse carcasses, while a pram, that beloved prop of the Hollywood set designer, lays on its side at the doors to a forsaken church. There are few places of sanctuary any more for the remaining healthy locals, who tremble and pace inside their homes, under an everlasting curfew, away from the terrors that roam outside their doors.

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greenmiker1517d ago

Another perfect score! :o

Khajiit861517d ago

Why am I not headed to the store yet?

PowerPlayaaa1517d ago

Duh duh duh duh duuuuuuh. Im lovin it :-D

MasterCornholio1517d ago (Edited 1517d ago )

Death Burgers and Blood Fries.


Would you like to get your kid a Sadist meal?

PS3and4_HAS_GAMES1517d ago

Getting perfect scores left and right. Another great exclusive for the ps4. As if we all need another reason to own one. Keep the games coming Sony!!

spicelicka1517d ago

Wow this game is killing it!

Aceluffy1517d ago

No need to remind me, this game is also killing me....repeatedly :(

theshredded1517d ago (Edited 1517d ago )

ughh...the wait is killing me!
Meta score should increase a bit I think

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