Bleed

Digerati

Fair Man
OpenCritic Rating
74
Top Critic Average
47%
Critics Recommend
Based on 17 critic reviews
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Bleed

Rating Summary

Based on 17 critic reviews
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

74

Top Critic Average

47%

Critics Recommend

Based on 17 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Aug 22, 2017
Xbox OneAug 24, 2017
PCJul 3, 2013
Nintendo SwitchDec 14, 2017

Publisher: Digerati

Genres: Action, Platformer

Wryn is a girl with a big arsenal and big dreams -- she wants to be the ultimate videogame hero! Help her take down the Greatest Heroes of All Time in an action-packed bid to claim the title for herself and show the world what a true hero looks like!
Bleed is an action-platformer focused on stylish, acrobatic dodging and fluid, challenging gameplay. There's no filler -- just you and your skills against seven levels of enemies, obstacles, breakneck set-pieces and inventive bosses!

Key Features:
• Unique control scheme enabling crazy fast action
• 7 levels packed with multiple set-pieces and bosses
• 4 difficulty levels that remix enemy placement and boss patterns
• 2-player local co-op for all modes (requires at least one gamepad)
• 3 unlockable characters with their own gameplay twists
• Survive the entire game on one life in Arcade Mode
• Select and battle up to three bosses at once in Challenge Mode.

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Bleed - Launch Trailer | PS4

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Bleed - Announcement Trailer | PS4

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GameSpot

8 / 10
GameSpot

There's little in Bleed that hasn't been seen before. But even though it hasn't reinvented how we kill baddies in two dimensions, it's still a fun and satisfying adventure.

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FNintendo

7 / 10
FNintendo

Bleed is not the most ambitious game ever made but that's not really necessary when its gameplay is simple but action-packed and will grasp the players' attention immediately. Being a game that's been on the market for a few years now, Bleed's price tag seems too high but that doesn't mean that fans of action games will not be allured by its simple yet effective and fun gameplay.

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Nintendo Enthusiast

7 / 10.0
Nintendo Enthusiast

All in all, it was a decent experience for the short 2-3 hours it lasted, but I wouldn't be happy with it if I had to pay $15 for it.

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Nintendo Life

8 / 10
Nintendo Life

Overall, Bleed does a great job of providing a balance between brains and brawn, finesse and firepower. Initially jarring to get to grips with, practice and persistence will reap reward. Being able to nimbly navigate platforms as well as take out groups of enemies darting around the screen without as much as a scratch is both a mountain to climb and a gratifying sight to behold. There are new characters to unlock and even an arcade/challenge mode for high score hunters determined to achieve that perfect run. Bleed might be light on content and rough around the edges, but when the gameplay is this tight - and there are this many neat ideas and varied, cool set-pieces -  but it's still a sassy, funny ride that thoroughly respects your time and deserves your attention.

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