Series Game Grumps
Console PS4
Episodes 76 + 33 = 109
Playlist Bloodborne
Run April 5th, 2015 - April 14th, 2015
April 30th, 2015 - May 27th, 2015
June 2nd, 2015 - June 20th, 2015
June 28th, 2015 - July 18th, 2015

December 6th, 2015 - January 15th, 2016
Status Complete

Bloodborne is a PlayStation 4 game played by Danny and Arin on Game Grumps.

Five months after beating the game, Arin and Danny returned to play the game's DLC expansion, The Old Hunters.

Episodes[edit | edit source]

  1. Come at Me, Beast!
  2. The Purge
  3. Turning Heads
  4. Death Barf
  5. Date With Death
  6. To Fight or Not to Fight
  8. Smash the Pots!
  9. Delicious Human!
  10. Fear Boners
  11. Crows Before Hoes
  12. Quite the Fright
  13. Hugging Machines
  14. Class is in Session
  15. The Sad Corner
  16. Trick or Treat
  17. Bad Hair Day
  18. Super Ineffective
  19. Top Hat Dead
  20. Sweating It Out
  21. The Moon Illusion
  22. Return to Sender
  23. Nothing Less
  24. Chronicles of Ridiculous
  25. Rocking Out
  26. Crazy Arms
  27. Dude Pit
  28. Wait It Out
  29. Instant Jail Time
  30. Creepy Chanting
  31. Paying Dividends
  32. Anything But Snakes
  33. Awkward Silences
  34. Making Headway
  35. Magical Snakes
  36. Spiders Galore!
  37. Blinding Moon
  38. Pumped for Party Town
  39. Arin Gets Saucy
  40. Trapped Everywhere
  41. Losing Disrespect
  42. Hanging Out
  43. Driving It Home
  44. Too Many Skulls
  45. Works of Art
  46. Avoid the Nut Kicks!
  47. Great Balls of Fire
  48. Extra Tomatoes
  49. Bring It or Wing It
  50. Constantly Compared
  51. Game of Nightmares
  52. Shammin' Around
  53. Stay in the Cage!
  54. Rolling On Forever
  55. Making Contact
  56. Never Forget
  57. Gummy Goodness
  58. The Build Up
  59. Assistance!
  60. Late Night Out
  61. Over the Edge
  62. Drop the Rock
  63. Seething with Anger
  64. Let It Rip
  65. Out of Control
  66. This Little Piggy
  67. Super Jacked
  68. Going for a Ride
  69. Dan's Stinky Pits
  70. Free Fallin'
  71. Everything's Fine
  72. Dead Man Walking
  73. Staring Contest
  74. Showing the Goods
  75. So Uncool
  76. Finale
    The Old Hunters:
  77. Survival of the Fittest
  78. Hard Times
  79. Brushing Teeth
  80. Too Many Crows
  81. Riding the Lightning
  82. A Babadook!?!
  83. Ask for Directions!
  84. Raining Destruction
  85. Partners in Crime
  86. Crush City
  87. Food Babies
  88. Gross Times
  89. Large and in Charge
  90. Elevator to Limbo
  91. Lesson Learned
  92. Smelt It Dealt It
  93. Heads on Shoulders
  94. Stayin' Alive
  95. Phoning a Friend
  96. Finding Greatness
  97. Butt Trumpet
  98. Top Notch Teamwork
  99. Ruining Everyone
  100. No Bones About It
  101. The Big Time
  102. Must Get Away!
  103. Overwhelming Odds
  104. Twisty Hips
  105. Oh Deer!
  106. Mosh Party
  107. Just for Sport
  108. Freaking Out!
  109. Finale

Game Information[edit | edit source]

Bloodborne features action role-playing elements similar to those found in director Miyazaki's other games Demon's Souls and Dark Souls. Players can return to a safe zone, known as the Hunters Dream, from lanterns spread throughout the world. Doing so replenishes health, but repopulates monsters in the game world. Combat is fast paced and requires an offensive approach in order for players to combat dense hordes of enemies. The player character is agile and is able to perform sweeping dashes around enemies while locked on. The new risk versus reward style of gameplay is emphasized through Bloodborne '​s Rally system, which allows the player to, within a small window of time, recover portions of lost health by striking back at the player's attacker.

Most melee weapons can transform into two alternate states; each state encourages a different approach to combat. The Saw Cleaver, for example, in its initial state can be used to quickly dispatch enemies in cramped areas, but when transformed into its secondary state it becomes an extended blade more suited for crowd control. The player can also wield a firearm in their left hand that can be used to stun enemies, which can then be followed up with a critical attack from the player's melee weapon.

Similar to Dark Souls, enemies drop experience points in the form of Blood Echoes. Should the player die, their Blood Echoes will be lost at the location of their death. If they are able to reach that point again they can regain them. However, should the player die a second time on their way to retrieve their lost Blood Echoes, they will be forever lost. Also, Blood Echoes may be captured by an opponent, typically identified by glowing purple eyes. Defeating this opponent will return lost Blood Echoes. Enemies also drop Blood Vials, used as healing potions, and Quicksilver Bullets, generic ammunition for ranged weaponry. Players can also sacrifice health to create Blood Bullets for their ranged weaponry.

Multiplayer is present as well. By expending a consumable item, players can summon other players, to help with boss battles or large groups of enemies. This also leaves the player vulnerable to invasions, in which another player may enter the victim's game world and attempt to kill them.

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • This is the first PlayStation 4 game to be played as a series rather than as a one-off.
  • For the first 56 episodes, this series was uploaded during the second Game Grumps slot of the day. Starting with Part 57, it is now uploaded on the first slot of the day, in order to replace The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, and to allow Kirby and the Rainbow Curse to continue.
  • This is one of a few games to have 100 episodes on Game Grumps (along with Sonic '06, Pokemon FireRed, and Super Mario Maker). Currently, it has the third highest episode count of any Game Grumps series.
    • On January 15th, 2016, it overtook Sonic 06 as the second-longest Game Grumps series, with 109 episodes in total, which is one episode more than Sonic 06.
    • On July 30, 2016, the game was surpassed by Super Mario Maker as the second highest episode count with 110 episodes.
    • It is one of the only Game Grumps series with more than 100 episodes that has actually been completed along side Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door
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