A series of games featuring the female vampire Rayne as the protagonist.
There are some similarities between Rayne's appearance and the character Durham Red
, a mutant bounty hunter with a vampiric bloodlust who appeared in the British Sci-Fi comics anthology, 2000 AD (now owned by development house Rebellion
). Joe Wampole
, one of the developers, posted the following reply in the BloodRayne.uk.co fan forums:
Durham Red looks like a cool character but we've never heard of her. It is coincidence that her and BloodRayne look so similar. The symbol on the hair is similar but looks more like a target, while Rayne's looks a little like Prince's symbol. Also, it looks like Durham is set in some alternate super sci-fi future. I think it is just natural to put a vamp chick in black leather and either color her hair black or redTrivia
There are three movies loosely based on the games, all directed by Uwe Boll
(2005), BloodRayne 2: Deliverance
(2007) and BloodRayne: The Third Reich
(2010). The series also spawned a comic book series.
|BloodRayne: Betrayal||2011||PlayStation 3, Xbox 360||Majesco Entertainment Company||...|
|BloodRayne 2||2004||PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Windows, Xbox||Majesco Sales, Inc.||3.66|
|BloodRayne||2002||GameCube, Macintosh, PlayStation 2, Windows, Xbox||Aspyr Media, Inc.||3.38|