You play as Blade and fight vampires from a criminal order of reapers.
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Tom Clark ... Blade (voice)
Don Delciappo Don Delciappo ... Whistler (voice)
Kate Magowan ... Doctor Grant (voice)
Kerry Shale ... Various (voice)
Chris O'Shaunessy Chris O'Shaunessy ... Engineer (voice)
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You play as Blade and fight vampires from a criminal order of reapers.

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Unleash Justice with Extreme Authority.


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M
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 September 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Blade II See more »

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Featured in Troldspejlet: Episode #28.13 (2002) See more »

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Awesome!
18 August 2004 | by Nick_DetsSee all my reviews

Loving the film, I picked this one up used for $17 and a return policy, knowing that all movie video games suck (minus a few rare exceptions, recently the "Spider-Man" games and classicly, the NES "Batman" and "Star Wars" games.

I love this game. Sure no actors from the film lended their voices and the story doesn't follow the movie very closely, but the levels show that the developers took an original approach to the conventional action game. The personalized inventory and weapon choice is great, allowing you to use strategy in how you are going to fight your way through a level. And boy are the weapons fun...there's the throwing glaive, shotgun, handgun, and when your power gets high enough- the trademark sword. The structure of it is cool, too, as the levels are supported as a system of towers you have to get through.

I know many would whine, but please don't tell me the controls are off. On PS2, all fighting is done on the right analog stick, a technique I had never seen before in a game. I hated it at first, but after playing it for a few days, I wouldn't have had it any other way. It allows you to expand your fighting range, and battle enemies from all directions simultaneously.

The graphics are great as well. The great camera and character maneuvers take you through detailed interactive environments in many buildings including the "house of pain" club of the movie. Its too bad a great movie game like this had to go under-appreciated. The gamemakers took a risk and made a succesfully great, offbeat game. Buy this game!


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