BloodRayne Betrayal: Fresh Bites

BloodRayne Betrayal: Fresh Bites


-Fluid and fast-paced hack & slash 2D action

-Game supports up to 120fps

-It works fine on both keyboard and Xbox gamepad controller

-Laura Bailey and Troy Baker are back to play as Rayne and Kagan

-Game can now render sprites at true 4k resolution (3840 x 2160)

-Decent blood & gore physics

-You can now select difficulty between Classic and Standard when starting new game

-Combo attacks and Dash mechanic feels smooth, snappy, and responsive

-2D artstyle was perfect; I love the atmosphere, filled with enriched music

Real player with 714.3 hrs in game

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A lot like the good old Castlevania games with difficult platforming and all. If you get good with the shmoovement you can pretty much fly across levels and the combat is a lot of fun.

My main complaint is how slowly Rayne turns around. I can’t tell you how many times I try to turn around and shoot only for the turning animation to be canceled and shoot off screen. PLEASE devs reduce time to turn around by half and combat would feel great. Also adding the Japanese main menu art as an option would really put a chef’s kiss on the entire package.

Real player with 11.1 hrs in game

BloodRayne Betrayal: Fresh Bites on Steam



This is a beautiful game with a fantastic soundtrack and an adorable cast.

The amount of personality and detail in every single aspect of this game completely blew me away!

It’s got plenty of cute stuff to reward you with and the achievements range from funny to challenging.

Mom is best bat ♥

Real player with 82.8 hrs in game

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Bought this after I saw some Bat mom artwork on the internet, the game may be simple, but it has all I want, Bats, Bat mom, cute stuff, different characters and, did I already mention Bat mom?

Real player with 14.6 hrs in game


BATS: Bloodsucker Anti-Terror Squad

BATS: Bloodsucker Anti-Terror Squad

BATS is good gory fun! Retro vibes, unique gameplay and blood everywhere. What more could you ask for?

Real player with 9.6 hrs in game

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BATS: Bloodsucker Anti-Terror Squad on Steam

Diluvian Ultra

Diluvian Ultra

In Diluvian Ultra you play as Atilla, an undead king that is awakened in deep space, aboard his tomb, ship by an invasion of unknown enemies. He must fight to prevent them from stealing his most sacred object: The Book of Life. Without the book, Attila’s order can’t revive the long-dead human species.

The spaceship is a living combination of flesh and stone, teeming with creatures created to serve a purpose aboard the ship. Even the doors are alive.

Diluvian Ultra is built around a damage system where you have to combine weapons to be effective. Armor negates most damage, but some weapons are designed to damage only the armor itself, setting the victim up for a lethal blow. The player has to be careful, as enemies will combine their attacks in the same way. Armor damage cannot kill you, but take too much and a single well-placed lethal attack will kill you in one hit.

Combat in Diluvian Ultra is all about mobility. Dodge enemy fire, while you chain together ranged attacks with close combat blows and devastating ground slams to interrupt and stun your enemies.

The weapons range from living insect guns, to plasma spewing shotguns. Each has a unique special reload function, like healing armor damage or turning the magazine into a grenade.

Diluvian Ultra on Steam

Priest Simulator: Heavy Duty

Priest Simulator: Heavy Duty

Only played the game for a while and stopped when I finished the early access content. As a playable demo essentially, Priest Simulator: Heavy Duty is surprisingly a lot of fun.

The core concept- without going into too many details, is enjoyable. You play as a vulgar-Polish-vampire-priest that kills Shatanists with baseball bats, gun fists, and gravity gloves. You can even slow time by chugging beer.

So far. my favorite weapon in-game is the gravity glove. In function, it’s pretty much the Gravity Gun from Half-Life, but as a glove. Like the Gravity Gun, you can pick up select items from the environment and fling them at high speeds. Items flung do considerable damage to npcs, and when struck, makes them ragdoll with the blow. Another bonus is that when an npc is dead, you can pick up and throw their bodies around with the glove. Unlimited ammunition!

Real player with 4.1 hrs in game

I liked the polish postal like humor, the absurdity of some mechanics and themes, the original presentation in the form of “documentary” with characters being interviewed. It is surprisingly fun to play. Even though it is called Priest simulator I wouldn’t really put it into the simulator bucket - instead its more like its own weird game with a story and sandbox-ish mechanics to play around without restricting you like most games do nowadays.

I think that priest sim can be a great game if some minor concerns get addressed and tweaks happen. It is sometimes unclear when my melee attack will hit and whats the range, during exorcism it is hard to navigate the house - especially drunk, some doors get stuck so you need to improvise - destroying all doors there seems like the best solution because opening them is a problem. I want to play around and see a lot cool weapons and other ways to obliterate enemies as well as more complicated enemies and bosses as content.

Real player with 3.5 hrs in game

Priest Simulator: Heavy Duty on Steam