“This time you are in an old [and] horrible castle. The bloodsucker is hidden somewhere. You need to escape!” I love cheesy little hidden object games, –especially ones that I can play on my roommate’s phone. Unfortunately, he does not have an iPhone, so I can’t play this one. Ironically, that means he can make phone calls, and…Continue readingVampire Castle iOS Game
“Players start off in a locked room and must solve a series of puzzles to open the door; which reveals another locked room and another set of puzzles…” Ever wanted to… I dunno, play a game that involved solving a bunch of puzzles and escaping from a vampire’s castle in real life? You can! Well,…Continue readingEscape from a Vampire’s Castle in Under an Hour…
“Chill languished in darkness until Mayfair resurrected it, gave it a 2nd Edition and a host of new supplements. This is the version that most people remember, the scary one,…” Sounds exciting, the premise anyway: another horror rpg reboot. But keeping things in perspective, I mean, the Witcher is coming out soon, and technically, that’s dusting…Continue readingTabletop Horror Lovers: CHILL is Coming Back to Shelves!
I might be considered a vampire hoarder, if you took a look at my bookshelves, my closets, my home. There are vampire books, vampire comics, vampire t-shirts, vampire games, vampire things of all sorts everywhere. I like to consider myself a huge vampire fan, and some of you are probably a lot like me. Many…Continue readingThe Vampire Fan’s Dilemma
Have you heard of Bloodsuckers by Fireside Games? There is what, an entire subculture of people out there who obsessively play RISK, –and follow every single new game produced along the RISK product line. The game is its own mini-franchise. So if you love vampires, and you love RISK, then you need to check out…Continue reading‘Bloodsuckers’ Game is the Answer to Fans of Vampires… and RISK
I bring thee more games! Woot! See, I love video games, particularly vampire games (BloodRayne FTW!) so I am pretty geeked that the vampire disease has infected not only the film and book industries, but the video game industry as well. However, it hasn’t infected the bigger gamer companies since very few vampire games are…Continue readingMore Vampire Games for the Vampire Lovin’ Gamers
I finally have a smart phone (I’m a bit behind) and as I’m sure you can guess by the title of the post, it’s an Android. After playing with my phone for hours on end I was happy to find that there are LOADS of vampire apps and games available for droid users, and of…Continue readingVampire Goodies for Droid Users
I love PC games, –even really silly ones, that are rated E for Everyone, or E for incredibly friggin’ Easy. But on the other hand, I hate iProducts and iThings because I think Steve Jobs is the Antichrist. So chances are, I won’t ever get a chance to play Vampire Rush, –a new game for…Continue readingVampire Rush — New Vampire Game!
There’s a new Xbox Live Arcade game out that’s making headlines on nearly every gamer site out there – The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile, the sequel to James Silva’s 2009 indie hit The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai. I don’t have a 360 (and never will) but according to all of the amazing reviews this game is packed…Continue readingNow Available on Xbox 360 ‘The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile’
There are lots of movies about morons who think they are vampires. There was a movie made to sensationalize the murders committed by Rod Ferrell, vampire-game-obsessed teen, who killed his girlfriend’s parents, and ran off with her, for a short period of time, before being captured by police. Well, in a similar, yet more pedophilic…Continue readingVampire Crime: Christopher Rodriguez is Rod Ferrell ‘Lite’
I went into the game with the express belief that, as a hidden object game, I’d be staring at a list, and clicking on one thing at a time in the usual huge cluttered mess on my screen. However, I was pleasantly surprised to get a lot more out of the characters, graphics, and concept.…Continue readingDying for Daylight: Game Review
The iPad, latest menstrual convenience concocted by Satan’s vessel, known popularly as ‘Steve Jobs’, is good for a few things, and as it happens, one of them is a constant barrage of high def games. And the anti-Mac people are thinking “Games can actually be played on a Mac?”, –the answer is yes. And although…Continue readingVampire Origins HD for the iPad