The game begins in 1933, in a place where it appears that the people believe in vampires, as all the doors and windows show crosses. It shows a man and woman running down a street. The ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Josh Ashworth ...
Rayne (voice)
Mary Beth Brooks ...
Mynce (voice)
Hedrox (voice)
Bruce DuBose ...
(voice) (as Bruce Dubose)
(voice) (as Sean Hedigan)
Josh Martin ...
Lynn Mathis ...
Chris Rager ...
(voice) (as Chris Sabat)
Greg Saxon ...
J. Paul Slavens ...
(voice) (as Paul Slavens)


The game begins in 1933, in a place where it appears that the people believe in vampires, as all the doors and windows show crosses. It shows a man and woman running down a street. The woman trips, and the man pauses long enough to help her up, only to be dragged into a dark alleyway by a chain. His head is thrown from an alley at the woman's feet, with Rayne walking calmly up to the woman. The woman seemingly breaks down crying, but in fact only hides her face to reveal she is in fact a vampire. After a brief fight, Rayne decapitates her and then takes off before a small army of vampires tries to catch her off guard. She drops a grenade on their position as she leaves. On top of the buildings, two mysterious men, who were watching the events unfold the whole time, are discussing their reason for being here. One reveals they are here to recruit Rayne, who is trying to find where her father is. The other member does not want a Dhampir with the Brimstone society, regardless of the fact ...

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Half-Human. Half-Vampire. Badass Heroine. See more »



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Release Date:

15 October 2002 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Krvava Rejn  »

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Did You Know?


Rayne is the first video-game character that appeared in Playboy magazine, in the October 2004 U.S. edition as part of an article entitled "Gaming Grows Up". See more »


Rayne: You saw the blades, what did you think was going to happen?
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References Blade (1998) See more »

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User Reviews

A Bloody good game
28 May 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I remember when I first rented Bloodrayne from the video story mostly for the cover got my interest since I never played a game where you are a vampire.

Turns out this gamble was worth it as it made me a fan of Bloodrayne or Rayne as the main protagonist. Rayne is half human half vampire

Bloodrayne features of mix of action and third person shooter which should be fresh to any gamer.

It's just hard not to be impress with the idea of playing a video where you are a vampire it just makes for a good time as well as having special powers in the game

The plot of the game is only better and more understanding when you play the game

Graphics in the game are dark and the light effects give it a horror film which builds up the interest of playing this game the graphics makes you wonder what will happened next character models look good as well and the Cutscenes are very good as well as they help move the story along.

The Sound and the music helps makes the tension in the game that more powerful the sound effect crew did a good job with that skill. The Music can make your screen crawl at times

Voice acting is very good as well as the cast made their characters workable for the game Laura Bailey as Rayne was the right choice and she did a superb job as Rayne love her performance in the game as she helps makes Rayne a interesting and powerful character

The Controls do take a while to get a hold of but if you master them right then you are in for a wild game. The Game play is where the game did good but this will test your skills for video games

Overall if you are fans of characters like Vampire Hunter D or Blade then you will enjoy playing Bloodrayne with good graphics, creative game play and voice acting you will be in for a wild game that is on the Playstaiton 2, PC, GameCube and X-Box so do yourself a favor and pick up this game

I give Bloodrayne an 8 out of 10

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