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Creative director [[Nick Newhard]] has expressed regret over how much content was available in the game's shareware release, believing that it satiated players at the expense of encouraging them to seek out and purchase the full retail version. He has also remarked that the [[Life Leech]] weapon and the high hit-scan accuracy of the [[Tommy Gun]] wielding [[Fanatic#Blood|Fanatic]]s negatively affected the game's balance.
 
Creative director [[Nick Newhard]] has expressed regret over how much content was available in the game's shareware release, believing that it satiated players at the expense of encouraging them to seek out and purchase the full retail version. He has also remarked that the [[Life Leech]] weapon and the high hit-scan accuracy of the [[Tommy Gun]] wielding [[Fanatic#Blood|Fanatic]]s negatively affected the game's balance.
  
[[wikipedia:GamingOnLinux|GamingOnLinux]] reviewer [[User:Tchernobog|Hamish Paul Wilson]] decided in a [https://www.gamingonlinux.com/2015/06/the-big-three-build-engine-games-on-gog 2015 retrospective] that ''Blood'' was easily the best of the three major Build engine games, stating that ''Blood'' was "one of the most underrated shooters of the whole decade. ''Blood'' arguably built more on the legacy of ''Duke Nukem 3D'' than ''Shadow Warrior'' did, taking its gameplay to sophisticated new heights and offering its referential overtones with an even greater degree of refinement." In a [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yLa2qVDhbg2017 2017 video review] of ''[[ZBlood]]'' prominent [[YouTube]]r [[Gmanlives]] agreed, commenting that out of the major Build engine games ''Blood'' always "edged itself out as [his] favourite of the three".
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[[wikipedia:GamingOnLinux|GamingOnLinux]] reviewer [[User:Tchernobog|Hamish Paul Wilson]] decided in a [https://www.gamingonlinux.com/articles/the-big-three-build-engine-games-on-gog.5491/article_page=3 2015 retrospective] that ''Blood'' was easily the best of the three major Build engine games, stating that ''Blood'' was "one of the most underrated shooters of the whole decade. ''Blood'' arguably built more on the legacy of ''Duke Nukem 3D'' than ''Shadow Warrior'' did, taking its gameplay to sophisticated new heights and offering its referential overtones with an even greater degree of refinement." In a [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yLa2qVDhbg2017 2017 video review] of ''[[ZBlood]]'' prominent [[YouTube]]r [[Gmanlives]] agreed, commenting that out of the major Build engine games ''Blood'' always "edged itself out as [his] favourite of the three".
  
 
Player Attack described ''Blood'' in a [https://www.playerattack.com/news/2011/06/16/16135/the-history-of-duke-nukem-part-four-your-way/ 2011 article] as "the best of the Build engine games after Duke Nukem 3D, with its combination of scary atmosphere, great level design and challenging gameplay putting it above the rest." [[:wikipedia:Screen Rant|Screen Rant]] concluded in a [https://screenrant.com/video-game-remasters-wish-coming/ 2019 article] that while "it was one of many Doom clones in the vein of Wolfenstein and Duke Nukem, and while not a lot of people played it, it is now regarded as one of the best FPS games of its time."
 
Player Attack described ''Blood'' in a [https://www.playerattack.com/news/2011/06/16/16135/the-history-of-duke-nukem-part-four-your-way/ 2011 article] as "the best of the Build engine games after Duke Nukem 3D, with its combination of scary atmosphere, great level design and challenging gameplay putting it above the rest." [[:wikipedia:Screen Rant|Screen Rant]] concluded in a [https://screenrant.com/video-game-remasters-wish-coming/ 2019 article] that while "it was one of many Doom clones in the vein of Wolfenstein and Duke Nukem, and while not a lot of people played it, it is now regarded as one of the best FPS games of its time."

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