Bij Gamepower hebben ze een review van Blood 2 in elkaar weten te knutselen.
Hier wat spul over de 3D engine, die dezelfde is als die van Shogo:
Blood 2, like its sister title Shogo: Mobile Armor Division (also from Monolith Productions), features a state-of-the-art graphics engine. Dubbed Lith-Tech, the engine is a little prettier than Quake 2's, but much more forgiving to lower-system specs than the Unreal engine. So we are treated to multiple resolutions, lighting effects, and smooth, relatively bug-free gameplay. The graphics are primarily used to lend the game world its grimy look, which is one of the game's strengths. The levels -- set in such various places as a subway train, a tenement, a meat-packing plant, and the Cabal's headquarters -- are atmospheric and lend themselves to violent action.