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Vampire Night – Review

Where Vampire Night differs is the slightly slower paced action on screen. Rather than having enemies clutter the screen and overwhelm players, Vampire Night has a more calculated flow and enemies tend to exhibit more physical reactions and gestures than one might expect from this type of game.

Vampire Night – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence 

Vampire Night

Game Description:  What is the world to do when vampires overrun it? It turns to the only two guys who have a chance against the bloodsuckers: Michel and Albert. Based on the arcade game of the same name, Vampire Night allows you to choose your character and set out to shoot vicious vampires. Taking place in an idyllic European village, the game sends you through snowy fields, old dungeons, back alleys, and more. Awesome cutscenes help the story advance, while two-player action makes the experience even more exciting.

The Thing – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Violence

The Thing – Review

With the dawning of online play for consoles this year, a big selling point is that players will get the chance to interact with live people for an increased human element in games. The idea has merit, but in my opinion videogames that take place offline haven't done more than scratch the surface of offering similar experiences through simulation and programming.

Shadow Man 2econd Coming – Second Opinion

This new version of Shadow Man plays a lot like the old one—the graphics have been upgraded (the character models look a little more realistic, although they still look like first generation Playstation 2 graphics) and the core gameplay tweaked (theres a wider variety of weapons this time around); but those who played through the first game will find that 2econd Coming is very familiar, flaws and all.

Illbleed

Game Description: B-movie horror-film producer Michael Reynolds offers a million dollars to anyone who can survive his terrifying movie-themed park, Illbleed. Four teenage horror fans—Eriko Christy, Kevin Kertsman, Randy Fairbanks, and Michel Waters—receive invitations to the ghastly park. Filled with enthusiasm, Kevin, Randy, and Michel carelessly rush to Illbleed, leaving behind young Eriko, the main star of the game. Eriko eventually heads to Illbleed to search for her now-missing friends. As Eriko, you must find your friends and survive the horrors of Illbleed. Will you make it out alive?

Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem – Second Opinion

With some minor tweaking, Eternal Darkness could have been a great game. The core ideaa horror story wherein the player takes control of a variety of different characters from different eras is an excellent one. The game's scope is nothing short of epic, which makes it a shame that the actual gameplay is so pedestrian.

Shadow Man 2econd Coming – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Strong Language, Violence

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