February's already looking like a packed month for game releases, but that's not helping January to pass any quicker
While last year we were privy to several blockbusters in the form of Mass Effect 2, LittleBigPlanet 2 and Dead Space 2 — this year's been something of a barren wasteland for new retail releases. But if you've already conquered your...
Wayforward's overdue resurrection of classic vampire brawler Bloodrayne is due to take place on September 6th
Launching directly on PSN, Bloodrayne: Betrayal is a side-scrolling action game again following protagonist Rayne as she sets out to due battle with supernatural foes. Those purchasing the game via Sony's PSN Play initiative will get a set...
Sony's announced a contender to Microsoft's highly successful Summer Of Arcade initiative
The promotion, dubbed PlayStation Network PLAY, is an annual program designed to highlight the very best PSN content. Similar to Summer Of Arcade, PLAY will feature four titles with a fifth given away free (assuming you buy all four titles). There are additional perks though. Each game will come with an..
WayForward's two-dimensional twist on the BloodRayne series, BloodRayne: Betrayal, has been pushed out of its "early August" release window for a firm spot at the end of the month
The game will now launch August 30th on the PlayStation Network.
BloodRayne Betrayal will colour the PlayStation Network in crimson this August, according to Joystiq
The game will retail for $15. The game's in development at WayForward, a studio well known for its pretty, two-dimensional visuals. Guess what? BloodRayne Betrayal has pretty, two-dimensional visuals.
The blood will rain in Bloodrayne: Betrayal
Seriously, there's more blood in this 50-second debut trailer than most games contain in a full 20-hour campaign. Still, we suppose it makes sense — this being a game called Bloodrayne and all. The game itself actually looks pretty rad. Some of the animation is a teensy bit janky, but we like the...
Majesco's confirmed the return of the BloodRayne series, when scantily clad protagonist Rayne returns in PSN title, BloodRayne: Betrayal, this summer
The 2D action game is in development at Californian outfit WayForward. It will be the studio's first PlayStation 3 release. The game's promising plenty of puzzles, weapons and gore, and is being...