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Battle Royale is a term that sends shivers down the spine of many gamers and evokes thoughts of garish, costumed shoot’em-ups, outrageous monetization and a whole generation of children for whom flossing has absolutely nothing to do with dental hygiene. Stop liking things we don’t understand, kids. Play yakuza.

Anyway, the genre was named from a Japanese movie. inspired Battle Royale from 2000, when school children are forced to murder one another until there is only one left. It’s a compelling film well worth ripping off and turned into an aesthetically disgusting and creatively bankrupt genre of video games.

Enter Bloodshore, an interactive film inspired by battle royale video games, itself inspired by a non-interactive film called Battle Royale. Bloodshore is more prone to the former than the latter.

In the near future, a seedy company is hosting a televised battle royale with annoying streamers in their twenties and convicted murderers fighting to the death for internet glory. It’s like a modernized one The running man, and if that reference is too old for you then just imagine a bad sequence of. before Black mirror and you’re around somewhere.

You know, when you start a YouTube video and the first thing you hear is the creator’s screaming “Hi Folks!” with a voice that is like fingernails on a blackboard? That’s the cast of Bloodshore, distilled in human form. On the plus side, most of them die in weird ways, and we can appreciate that.

The story is small, the acting is rubbish, and the special effects are just effects. The synthwave soundtrack is really very good. It takes an hour and it changes which, like most Wales Interactive movie games, is absolutely perfect. You probably already know if you think you will like this, and if you do, you are probably right. We liked it, but mostly for the wrong reasons.



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