Have you ever wondered about the origin of the healing blood in Bloodborne? Someone has a theory, and it’s kind of gross. It also makes a lot of sense.
It all started with one completely anatomically accurate virtual person. And then they slashed the person to ribbons.
For one moment, Hotline Miami 2's Steam page showed that it was coming out tomorrow, but it's since switched back to just "2014." A representative for Hotline Miami 2 says the game has no release date yet, so the date was a mistake. Alas.
So. Much. Blood.
Which video game has the most gruesome death scenes? Surely Mortal Kombat 9 is a contender, in particular Noob Saibot's first fatality called "Make a Wish." It's so ridiculous it stands out despite Mortal Kombat's already high level of gore.
This last weekend, Blood-C: The Last Dark was released in select theaters across Japan. This movie is the conclusion to the story-arc started in the 2011 anime Blood-C. It is also the latest in the Blood series—which started with the feature film Blood: The Last Vampire (2000) and was continued in the anime series …
Blood: The Last Vampire was one the big anime movies of the late-nineties anime boom alongside other films such as Ghost in the Shell, Ninja Scroll, and Akira. Since then, it has had a live action remake, a 52-episode anime series (Blood+), three games (four if you count Heroes Phantasia), and several manga…
There's a prequel to the latest Battlestar Galactica series on the way, dealing with the adventures of a certain Bill Adama during the first Cylon War.
While Total War: Shogun 2 does an excellent job of depicting the titanic clash between two warring factions, it's always been missing a little something to make the experience complete: Majestic arcs of spurting crimson lifeblood, and the odd severed head. All this and more can be yours for $1.59.
The House of the Dead Overkill - Extended Cut now in 3D and HDTV with "More Blood", "More Gore", "More Strippers." Your mother won't like it! So keep it in a brown paper bag when you pick it up for the PS3 on Oct. 25.
I get the point; this is an M-rated Kinect game. Can you please stop throwing blood all over me, Sega? Oh god, it's in my mouth.
One would assume that cutting your way through countless orcs would leave your clothes rather messy. Snowblind Studios, the developer of The Lord of the Rings: War in the North makes that happen in what looks to be the most violent game the fantasy series has ever seen.
This may be the best whack job from IO Interactive's Hitman: Blood Money, as played by TheAuZZieGamer. For those unfamiliar with this particular Hitman mission, it involves the assassination of Vinnie "Slugger" Sinistra, an FBI informant in the Witness Protection Program.
Watching a celebrity dissolve before your very eyes is entertaining, but Charlie Sheen's reign as everybody's favorite frothing-at-the-mouth WINNER can only last so long. Luckily for Blood Energy Potion creators Harcos Laboratories, printing out stickers doesn't take long at all.
Realistic rendering of smoke and blood isn't just a game developer problem. Engineers at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York have come up with a novel way to give surgical students the virtual blood and gore they need.
With countless folk horror tales of theme park rides decapitating or removing the limbs of riders, you'd think Six Flags would have shied away from promoting over-the-top, blood-spurting violence in their new Facebook game, Six Flags Mascot Park.
Actually they aren't too bad, provided you turn the sound down a little and keep your hand away from the pause button. Pause is not your friend here.