PC - Windows
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About this game
Developer: Bootdisk Revolution
Content Rating: Teen
A furiously fun and fast-paced arcade action game, Bleed 2 welcomes back pink-haired heroine Wryn, the world’s greatest – and only remaining – hero, as she fights to defend the globe from an invading force of villains. Master the art of air-dodging and bullet-reflecting to stylishly take down a relentless barrage of bad guys and bosses (and naughty kittys!), and make sure Wryn lives up to her title as the Greatest Hero of All Time!
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- OS: Windows 7/Vista/XP
- Processor: 2.0 Ghz dual core
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: 512MB video card (XNA 4.0 compatible, Shader Model 2.0 or higher)
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
- Storage: 500 MB available space
- Sound Card: DirectX-compatible sound card
- Additional Notes: Xbox 360 controller supported
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As a game, it is side scrolling action perfected. There are no truly cheap parts or dull moments; everything is designed to be learned and surmounted. This is something that just cannot be said about even some of the best games on the market. Considering that even its base price is under ten dollars, there is no reason to miss out. Skipping Bleed 2 is like shoving toothpicks under your fingernails. Sure it can be done, but it hurts and there is no point.
Bleed 2 really is the 2D retro pixel art answer to games like Vanquish or Metal Gear Rising. It's an intensely exciting action game with great mechanics, awesome music, and some amazing battles that put most 3-D big budget shooters to shame for intensity and sheer fun. It would've been nice if it was longer, but the quality of the gameplay gives it so much replay value that what we get is still more than enough for what it costs.
I was able to complete the game on normal in a about 90 minutes to 2 hours. Definitely short if you intended to see it through once and put it down, but that isn’t how the game should be approached. I think with the extra game modes, difficulty modes, and unlockables that include characters and weapons, there is much to be done in Bleed 2.