Bloodborne

Bloodborne

From veteran developers FromSoftware and visionary creator Hidetaka Miyazaki comes Bloodborne, a dark action role-playing game set in the decrepit gothic city of Yharnam. The player takes on the role of “The Hunter”, who must embark on a quest to retrieve “Paleblood” in a city ridden by a blood-borne disease. As the Hunter journeys deeper into his quest, they discover intriguing mysteries and find themselves fighting to rid the city of its plague.

Carrying the hallowed legacy of the Souls series of games, Bloodborne retains its predecessors’ notorious difficulty and game mechanics, while innovating in other ways. Armed with melee weapons and firearms, players must overcome hideously plagued enemies and fight frightening bosses as they journey through the streets and environments of Yharnam. Bosses, as is common with the Souls games, remain a central focus of the game and players are forced to adopt inventive strategies to counter their devastating attacks. Grunt enemies on the other hand, range from mobs of formerly human enemies to dark, twisted beasts that will spare no quarter. The game also features the return of the intricately interconnected level design of Dark Souls, requiring players to find connections and shortcuts to make their own traversal safer.

Requiring a more offensive approach as compared to the Souls games, Bloodborne introduces the new Regain system, which allows the player to regain lost health by striking enemies within a short window of time, underlining the game’s thematic emphasis on blood. If the player does end up dying however, they leave “Blood Echoes”, which can then be retrieved in a future life to increase the currency the players have. This currency can then be spent in the Hunter’s Dream, the one true safe place in Bloodborne, where players interact with mysterious non-player characters. As in the Souls games, players can choose to join Covenants: organizations that have their own view of the twisted, dark world of Yharnam and allowing players to engage in the world even more deeply.

  • Developer: FromSoftware
  • Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
  • Genre: Action role-playing
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  • Platforms: PlayStation 4

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The more we see of Bloodborne, the more we want to play it. A new trailer showing off a few new environments and the Co-op in the game has surfaced. It's short, sweet and to the point. Check it out!
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The League is a new co op covenant in Bloodborne that you can join a few days before the Old Hunters DLC launches. After you download the new 1.07 patch, you can join the covenant. Check out this article to find out How To Join The League In Bloodborne!
Weapons are great but armor is what keeps you alive to fight another day. Your starter armor is only going to get you so far and new armor is hidden throughout the game. This guide will help you find all the armor as you go through the nightmarish lands.
Side quests in Bloodborne are few and far between but normally worth doing. You don't really get a symbol or signal that there is a quest in an area so missing them is easy. This guide will help you find the side quests in Bloodborne while you are playing the game!
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Bloodborne Review

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