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Bet on Soldier: Blood Money – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Language, Simulated Gambling, Violence

Bet on Soldier: Blood Money – Review

If reviewing videogames has taught me one thing, it's that I really shouldn't be impressed by a good idea. All too often games start with a great idea, and then run it into the ground with terrible execution. Bet on Soldier: Blood Money is one such game. It takes the relatively exciting idea of brutal murder being structured as sport and televised as mass media entertainment, and does absolutely nothing interesting with it, just like The Killing Game Show, Flashback, and Headhunter before it.

Bet On Soldier: Blood Sport

Game Description: Bet On Soldier: Bloodsport takes you into a militarized world, where humans dedicate most of their time and resources to making war. Eighty years into the future, everyone either fights or works somewhere in the war machinery. Fighting isn't just about staying alive anymore, it's about making money. The federations created Bet On Soldier, a TV show where soldiers fight to entertain the masses and generate profits. The champions of this new bloodsport, "The Boryenkas Brothers", have something to do with your fiancee's death. To confront them and learn the truth, you enter the Bet On Soldier tournaments. Fighting your way to the top won't be easy—you can bet your life on it.

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