You are not ready for this.
Like Mortal Kombat, Blood Warriors uses digitized actors in place of drawn sprites. The playable characters mainly consist of ninja and samurai, as well as a few monsters from japanese folklore, such as Sanpei the kappa. Of course, Sanpei is portrayed by a man in a ridiculous suit.
Of course, hitting your opponent results in a copious spray of blood. Also, Sanpei can swim through the air apparently.
This game is magical.
The simplicity of the fatalities kind of takes away the satisfaction of performing them. In Mortal Kombat, fatalities were a bit of a secret at first… if you knew how to do some, you were automatically the coolest kid in the school. Here, though, not so much. Then again, this is Blood Warrior, so I can’t really make myself give a shit.
Sadly, for all it’s weirdness, there’s not much else to say about it. It’s a fairly standard Mortal Kombat clone, albeit an amusing one. It doesn’t really bring much new to the table. The fatalities are really easy to pull off, and there’s not much variety between them either. Still, it’s far from a bad game. At least it gave us this: