Watch 10 Minutes of Cut Bloodborne Boss Gameplay

December 21, 2017Written by Tyler Treese

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Sanadsk is back with even more cut Bloodborne boss gameplay. The YouTuber just put out over 10 minutes of gameplay that’ll be sure to wow any fans of From Software’s popular action game. In the video, several bosses that can’t normally be seen in the game are shown off.

Check out the latest cut Bloodborne boss gameplay below:

For even more on the action game, check out our Bloodborne review. Here’s what reviewer Paulmichael Contreras had to say about it when it released:

Bloodborne does a really nice job of forcing you to explore. Often, it’ll seem like you hit a brick wall, and cannot progress past a couple of ridiculously difficult enemies. So you’ll level up a couple of times, come back, and kill those daunting enemies…Only to then find yourself up against ever-more stronger enemies! As you run back from where you came, you suddenly notice a path you didn’t see before, head down that direction, and promptly find an entirely new section of the level, full of enemies to collect echoes from.

By the time you see the credits roll in Bloodborne, you can expect to have died hundreds, if not thousands, of times. Sometimes by a boss, with honor. Other times at the sword of a random villager that caught you when you forgot to heal. Occasionally by something stupid, like a cliff you ran right off. Each death is yours to own and learn from, or at least feel dumb and/or greedy for. Bloodborne is a bit like Las Vegas; you can risk it all for a larger payout in Blood Echoes, but if you fail you run the risk of losing a lot of “cash.”

The PlayStation 4 finally has its exclusive killer RPG. Bloodborne is punishingly hard, but like the Souls series, not unfairly so. If you go into this game accepting of death and the lessons that it imparts on you, then you will have a much better time than if you were to approach the game thinking you were the next Kratos. With a light touch of thankfully, gratefully optional multiplayer options, Bloodborne will be played for years to come. If you see someone with a Platinum trophy for this game, you will know that you are in the presence of a badass gamer. Bloodborne cannot come any more highly recommended for RPG gamers looking for a true challenge.

Bloodborne is available now exclusively on PlayStation 4.