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  • Summary: Experience all the blood-feuding madness in one carnage-soaked package! All the gore, all the unholy war! Zombies, gargoyles, hellhounds, and a blood-creazed host of horrors await! Crush the loathsome evil of the mighty Tchernobog! Or condemn yourself to eternal damnation in this leviathan of unhallowed garning action! Everything Blood™ lurks behind this door! Expand
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  1. May 16, 2012
    This game is just as good as Doom or Duke, in some things even better. Fun game-play with weapons like flare gun or voodoo doll and with innovations like alternative fire. Interesting and entertaining levels (incredible level design), enemies and awesome dark humor. Must have for any old-school FPS gamer or anyone bored with crappy games like CoD. Expand
  2. Aug 7, 2014
    I live, again. Part of the Holy Trinity of the build engine games alongside Duke Nukem 3D and Shadow Warrior. In some ways, Blood may be even my favourite of the entire FPS genre. Extremely unique, fun and imaginative shooter, fantastic levels (luna park, moving train...) that were and still are a total blast to play both single-player and especially multiplayer. Very dark atmosphere, yet still loads of humor and especially gallons of blood and playing football with human heads. Until this day I never even knew the true name of the title "One Unit Whole Blood", for me and everybody else, it was always simply... BLOOD. 10/10 Expand
  3. Jan 31, 2014
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Another brilliant shooter along the lines of Shadow Warrior, Duke 3D, and Redneck Rampage, complete with silly humor and pop-culture references, keys to hunt for and switch puzzles, and an amusing weaponry ranging from pitchforks to remote-controlled dynamite, napalm cannons, and voodoo dolls. The level design and grapics is as what you'd expect from a mid-nineties fps, and sometimes you can get a bit confused as to where to go next, but you'll have fun running around accidentally discovering secrets and items that you'd previously missed. Great fun and worth picking up if you're a fan of older shooters. Expand