Rely on horror: It has been seven odd years since the last BloodRayne title released. In that time I’ve had to watch one of my favorite game characters join the ranks of Uwe Boll’s abortions. Rayne, once a proud and powerful dhampir, became a mockery of her former self. Now that that is behind us, WayForward has taken the task of bringing Rayne to the current generation. In a surprising move, the developer left out a whole dimension. Instead of a third-person title, BloodRayne: Betrayal is an homage to classic 2D platformers—this ends up being a good and bad thing.