Bloodhound - Official Gameplay Trailer
Critic Reviews for Bloodhound
Bloodhound is an excellent and well orchestrated FPS that takes its inspiration from the great classics like Doom and Quake. On the narrative side I would have liked more insight, even if the rest reaches its goal. Must have absolutely.
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Bloodhound isn’t a bad first-person shooter, but it’s a wasted opportunity. It could have been much better if the developers hadn’t focused so much of their efforts in ensuring the game would be as edgy, grotesque, and (non) erotic as possible. The foundations for a good DOOM-esque shooter are here, but the terrible enemy placement system and lackluster sound effects brought the combat mechanics down several notches.
Bloodhound just feels alright as an FPS but fails to deliver the actual feeling of old boomer shooters. Despite the lacking key elements, developers still deliver updates and quality-of-life changes to keep the tile fresh and enjoyable. It also helps them to understand what sort of expectations the player base has as well. This leads to shaping the boomer shooter everyone wants instead. If you are looking for a title that still has a nice feel and is a bit different from what you are used to seeing, Bloodhound might be one of them. Just to let you know, approach the game with a pinch of salt, as it might not turn out to be the definitive shooter you were expecting.