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wales interactive, Good Gate Media, Wayout Pictures, Posterity Entertainment
Nov 3, 2021 - Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, PC

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8 / 10
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BLOODSHORE | Announcement Trailer

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BLOODSHORE | An Interactive Movie | Teaser Trailer

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Critic Reviews for Bloodshore


Steve C
8 / 10

Bloodshore is another great example of interactive movies that shows Wales Interactive shaping up to be the masters of the form.

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Bloodshore is a short and sweet FMV game with good acting and characters, let down by a lack of branching narrative and a sometimes passive gameplay experience.

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Bloodshore continues Wales Interactive's streak of entertaining interactive genre films, this time in the exploitation late-night action arena. With a fun battle royale plot, a few twists and turns, and some gnarly violence, Bloodshore provides several runs worth of solid entertainment. Cleaner in editing than some recent efforts, Bloodshore is a step in the right direction for interactive films.

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The story is slight, the acting is rubbish, and the special effects are merely effects. The synthwave soundtrack is actually really good. It lasts an hour and change which, like most Wales Interactive movie-games, is absolutely perfect. You probably already know if you think you're going to like this, and if you do you're probably right. We liked it, but mainly for the wrong reasons.

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Ultimately, Bloodshore is a title capable of offering some jolts of nostalgia to fans of the old FMV productions, with a proposal that is however far from memorable.

Review in Italian | Read full review

Overall, though, Bloodshore is still one of the better examples of the FMV revolution. It's a lot of fun to experience, and leans into the cheese that both successfully works with a lot of FMV games, and for examples of the stories it is emulating. The game has its issues, but as a hokey piece of B-movie fun it's worth replaying to find its various story strands.

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Featuring characters it's difficult to give a shit about, as well as an entirely throwaway narrative that you'll immediately forget as soon as the credits roll, Bloodshore is mildly entertaining, but only in a “look at how bad this is” way. Don't waste your time.

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Bloodshore ridicules many problematic areas such as the gaming world, broadcasters, social media, classic media, television shows, and makes us spend a few hours of fun.

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