Love Card Games? Then ‘Bloodsuckers’ is for you!

Coming this June is a game for all of the vampire gamers out there! Fireside Games has announced their upcoming card game titled Bloodsuckers, which takes players into the world of vampires and vampire slayers. Badass!

From Fireside’s website:

“Save the town of Blackwood, or drain it dry. ‑The choice is yours.

­The once quiet small town of Blackwood has become a battleground. A coven of vampires has crept in under the cover of darkness to drain the very life from its helpless citizens. As powerful as these creatures of legend are, they do not prowl the streets unchallenged. A team of skilled vampire hunters with an arsenal of modern weapons has tracked these bloodsuckers down and the battle for the soul of Blackwood is about to begin.

Bloodsuckers is a highly thematic strategy card game for 2 to 4 players ages 13 and up.

Play as either vampires or vampire hunters fighting to control the most locations within Blackwood. Unleash powerful card combos to attack your opponent but beware as your strength rises and falls with the time of day. Battle alone or alongside a teammate to recruit the innocent bystanders at the church, graveyard, nightclub, police station, and hospital.

Win the battles and claim the most locations to declare victory in the fight between the living and the undead!”

Here’s a peek at the game contents, you can go to the official Bloodsuckers website to check out more previews:

I’m not really a huge fan of card games, but this one definitely has me intrigued. However, that picture above of the contents is a bit horrifying, it looks ridiculously complicated. I don’t really have the attention span for uber intricate games, but Bloodsuckers looks interesting enough that I may give it a shot. What about you? Any card gamers here? Do you think you’ll pick Bloodsuckers up?

– Moonlight

By Moonlight

Moonlight (aka Amanda) loves to write about, read about and learn about everything pertaining to vampires. You will most likely find her huddled over a book of vampire folklore with coffee in hand. Touch her coffee and she may bite you (and not in the fun way).


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