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There are 5 shops proposing this game for digital download at an average price of $ 21.81. See the comparison below, best prices on top:
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To the death!
Although there's little point in picking up Bloodline Champions now, it was actually a pretty neat little game that was a lot of fun. There's no reason to play it now as it was an exclusively player versus player experience and you're not likely to be able to find many people to play against, making it a curiosity only. The idea here was that players compete against teams of up to five other people in a series of arena-based battles. Each person would control several heroes, each of which had access to their own unique abilities, both offensive and defensive. The gameplay was quite straightforward, with everything playing out from a top down perspective and with controls being limited to fairly simple mouse and keyboard commands, where you would move around and then aim at your opponent before using your abilities. There were three different modes to try out, requiring you to either defeat all your enemies, gain control of two artefacts, or to take command of all objectives on the map. Bloodline Champions certainly wasn't a difficult game to pick up but it was a lot of fun to play. The essential mechanics of the gameplay were elegantly designed but provided enough depth and variety to keep you playing, while the whole thing was swift and exciting, with matches lasting just about the right length of time. The visuals were nothing special but this wasn't overly important as the gameplay was highly entertaining and it's just a shame now that it's essentially been consigned to the history books.