BloodRyane: Betrayal , WayForward Technologies' cel-shaded 2D resurrection of the BloodRayne franchise, is coming to PC via Steam on 30th April.


This is surprising for a couple of reasons. For one, the game is two-and-a-half years old, as it came out on PS3 and Xbox 360 way back in September 2011. For another, the game is coming to Japanese PS3's the following day in a completely unrelated ad campaign.

At least it's a pretty good slice of vampire vs. zombie fun. "WayForward Technologies evidently knows its onions when it comes to downloadable nuggets," wrote ex-Eurogamer editor Kristan Reed in his BloodRayne: Betrayal review. "For those of you schooled in games that refuse to give an inch, it hits all the right notes - apart from the fist-eatingly awful metal soundtrack, that is." he added.

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Bloodrayne Betrayal release date

Out next month on PSN and XBLA.