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Bloodrayne Japanese Voice Acting Added in Terminal Cut Update

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The BloodRayne and BloodRayne 2 Terminal Cut Ultimate Update patches are out. Each one makes multiple changes to the game, improving them and rebalancing elements. Most notably, the Japanese voice acting is added to BloodRayne Terminal Cut. As for the sequel, some missing music is back. Both games also now have badges and Trading Cards on Steam.

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Here’s the video looking specifically looking at the Bloodrayne Terminal Cut changes, and you can hear the Japanese voice acting at the 29 second mark. In Japanese, she’s voiced by Romi Park. Park also voiced Naoto Shirogane in Persona, Kolin in Street Fighter, and Temari in Naruto.

And here is the video looking at the BloodRayne 2 Terminal Cut Ultimate Update changes.

Here are the full patch notes for both games.

  • BloodRayne: Terminal Cut
    • Textures on enemy models restored to their original console version aesthetic
    • Japanese voice-acting and subtitles added
    • Additional rendering improvements to water and other textures
    • Miscellaneous bugs fixed
  • BloodRayne 2: Terminal Cut
    • Ephemera boss fight rebalanced
    • Restoration of missing music and audio tracks
    • Improved graphical fidelity for bonus materials
    • Russian language localization improvements
    • Miscellaneous bugs fixed

BloodRayne and BloodRayne 2 Terminal Cut are both available for PCs. The original game was also available on the GameCube, PS2, and Xbox, while the sequel was also on the PS2 and Xbox.

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