"BloodRayne has built a loyal following of fans and established herself as one of interactive entertainment's most popular action heroines," said Ken Gold, Vice President of Marketing for Majesco. "We're thrilled to see our franchise expand into the handheld arena and believe its fast-paced acrobatic combat will make BloodRayne a must-have game for the PSP handheld system."
Born from the unnatural union of vampire and human, BloodRayne is blessed with the powers of a vampire but cursed with the unquenchable thirst for blood and a weakness to sunlight. BloodRayne for the PSP will explore BloodRayne's own purpose and history, explaining and resurrecting 'dead' characters from previous games while developing new characters specifically for the PSP.
Additionally, BloodRayne for the PSP handheld system features two-player, co-op wireless multiplayer with a playable second character. Players engage in extremely brutal combat with a unique "kill system" based on racking up high scores by linking chains and combos, and gaining valuable bonus multipliers. The "kill system" also allows players to develop their character by unlocking devastating new moves.
BloodRayne will be unveiled during the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) being held May 18-20 in the Los Angeles Convention Center.
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