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Rayne teams up again with the Brimstone Society to take out her Vampire Father and her various siblings.


Joseph Sutton





Cast overview, first billed only:
Brice Armstrong ... Kagan Elite (voice)
Laura Bailey ... Rayne (voice)
Troy Baker ... Severin / Kagan (voice)
Dameon Clarke ... Zerenski / Minions (voice)
Colleen Clinkenbeard ... Minions (voice)
Justin Cook ... Minions (voice)
Chuck Huber ... Minions (voice)
Josh Martin ... Ephemera / Minions (voice)
Mark Orvik Mark Orvik ... Minions (voice)
R. Bruce Elliott ... Xerx (voice)
Liza Gonzalez Liza Gonzalez ... Ferril (voice) (as Liza Gonzales)
Melodee Lenz ... Dhampir / Minions (voice) (as Melody Lenz)
Scarlett McAlister ... Ephemera / Minions (voice) (as Scarlet McAlister)
Wendy Powell ... Kestral (voice)
Laurie Steele Laurie Steele ... Kestral (voice) (as Lauri Steele)

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Rayne is "dhampir," born from the unnatural union of vampire and human. Blessed with the powers of a vampire but cursed with the unquenchable thirst for blood and a weakness to sunlight, Rayne is challenged with her most personal battle yet in BloodRayne 2. During WWII, Rayne joined forces with the shadowy Brimstone Society to destroy a supernatural Nazi bid for dominance. Rayne's father, Kagan, influential Nazi collaborator and vampire overlord, was destroyed in an accident at the close of the War. Cheated of killing Kagan herself, Rayne has spent the last seventy years ferreting out and destroying his many offspring, her siblings. The vampiric offspring have formed the Cult of Kagan, pledging to carry on his legacy and bring about a new era of vampire supremacy. BloodRayne's nefarious siblings have created "The Shroud," an arcane substance which, when released, renders the sun's lethal rays harmless to vampires and twists nature into a nightmarish perversion. Now only BloodRayne ... Written by Wick_Edison

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For the Polish PC release, Rayne's Playboy cover was used for the box art with a censor bar. See more »


Rayne: [Crashing through window] Ugh. That's my favourite sound. Severin. What the Hell Just happened?
Xerx: What just happened to you my dear, was me.
Xerx: [after hearing Rayne out] You don't know me? Why I am Xerx... Grand Inquisitor!
Rayne: Severin?
Severin: Yes he's on the list... Your half brother, Xerx is like, three down from the top... don't you ever read anything?
Rayne: [Cough's] Fuck off!
Rayne: Xerx, baby... Your meat.
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Bloodrayne 2
19 March 2006 | by TerryfanSee all my reviews

Bloodrayne 2 is one of the best video games ever made.

Bloodrayne 2 is a big improvement over Bloodrayne 1.

I love the Bloodrayne character. The character is so well done, I think that Laura Bailey who does the voice for Bloodrayne has done a phenomenal job with doing the voice for Bloodrayne.

The graphic in Bloodrayne are great, The backgrounds and the level designs are so awesome.

The story is great and so is the story-telling in the game.

The Voice-acting is phenomenal, Laura Bailey as Bloodrayne is great, Troy Baker does the voices for both Severin and Kagan also does a great job doing the voices for Severin and Kagan.

The Bonus in the games are great, You get some Cut Scenes, Artwork Picture, The Trailer for Bloodrayne the Movie and some hidden outfits for Bloodrayne.

Overall I enjoy Bloodrayne 2, It's in my opinion the best Vampire game out on the market right now. There so much action, so much puzzles and so much great stuff that keep Bloodrayne 2 an phenomenal game.

Bloodrayne 2 get a 10 out of 10. Great Game!

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12 October 2004 (USA) See more »

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