Welcome to the Dead Days of Summer, where we try our best to give you something to play/read during the dreaded summer video game drought. Because who goes outside anymore?
The world has been sorely lacking any decent vampire games, and sadly, the latest entry, DARK, doesn’t look to be changing that. The Bloodrayne series has been one of the few solid vampire centric video game franchises we’ve seen, so today we’re going to celebrate this series by giving away the first two Bloodrayne games (on PC) to five lucky readers, courtesy of GOG.com.
Details after the jump!
Remember when I said the The Cat Lady giveaway would be the easiest one? I lied. This is way easier.
It’s no secret that German director Uwe Boll is both a man without talent — unless making consistently shitty films can be considered a skill — and a bane of the games industry. He’s the parasite behind such atrocities as the film adaptations of Alone in the Dark, Postal, House of the Dead, Far Cry and three goddamn Bloodrayne movies.
That’s right. After the world made the unanimous decision that the first Bloodrayne film had no right to exist, Uwe Boll decided to crap out two more.
What does this have to do with the contest? What I want you to do is tell me in the comments below which Uwe Boll film you consider to be the worst, and why you handpicked that film from the festering pile of garbage that is this man’s career.
Winners will be chosen a week from now, on Monday, July 29th.
For all the PC gaming goodness you can possibly handle, head on over to GOG.com.
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