BloodRayne demo released

Play Terminal Reality’s vampiric adventure

While Europe slept, a demo of Terminal Reality's human-vampire hybrid BloodRayne appeared to occupy another 168MB of the world's disk space. BloodRayne - the name of the game's heroine - is a supernatural hybrid of human female and vampire who has been bred to eliminate global threats. Speaking of global threats, BloodRayne is up against a group of - who else? - proto-Nazis, who plan to terrorise the world by unleashing horrific creatures. It all sounds jolly silly, but the game has received a reasonable amount of critical acclaim in the US where it has just been released. A European debut is scheduled for early 2003. Now might be the time to get you fangs ready and try it on for size.

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