Vampire: The Masquerade – Redemption is a pretty good game. This game is an Activision product, but this game was done before COD got popular. This game is like an RPG and horror game. So, it is almost like Castlevania. The storyline was kind of boring, but the multi-player mode was pretty good.
The storyline is all about Christof Romauld, a Crusader knight that fell in love with a priestess named Anezka. He helped people in town and a priest of the Church of God. One night, he ran into vampire woman, and her jaw got rotting off, and he was bitten by her. I haven’t played the story all that much because it was boring as hell. I have played the multi-player one, and it was better than the story in this game. Multi-player wasn’t as boring as single-player was. Read more...(275 words, 31 images, estimated 1:06 mins reading time)
I never got to watch the original Dark Shadows back in the day. I was living in Columbus, Ohio, at the time, and WOSU Channel 34 PBS did not pick it up. If it did, it was most likely on at some hour that seven-year-old schoolgirl would not be watching. As I grew older, and learned of the shows that were getting imported to PBS from across the pond, I took an instant liking to Doctor Who. The Tomorrow People left me confused, and Upstairs, Downstairs did the same, even though my mother really liked it. All through the 80s, when I lived in Central Florida, the gothic geeks raved about this show, but I still never got to see it, and now that I’ve seen this Tim Burton version of it, I know there has to something more that what was on this surface of what could only be a parody of the actual show. I’ve watched my share of British TV shows, and this one was very Americanized for the big screen. Read more...(861 words, 130 images, estimated 3:27 mins reading time)
Castlevania: Lament of Innocence is one my favorite Castlevania game. This game is only for the Play Station 2 not PSone. This is not using the 2D graphics no more. This one is have 3D graphics and it look way better than the PSone and the older Castlevania games. The Nintendo 64 version is okay but this one is pretty good. The controls have gotten a little bit changes but the controls is little bit easier. This one is set in the Middle Ages. This game is about a crusader knight name Leaon is looking for a vampire named Walter. Walter kidnapped his lover and his lover’s name is Sara. She was kidnapped by Walter, so it is up to Leaon to defeat Walter. Read more...(382 words, 1 image, estimated 1:32 mins reading time)
Thief of Lives picks up just a few months after the end of the book Dhampir. The inn that they had to burn down to get rid of Rashed and Teesha has now been rebuilt but the city of Miiska has also lost its most profitable warehouse that the vampires had run. Leesil still feels guilty for letting Ratboy get away in the fight and tries to smother out the memory or at least come to terms with it by training himself every morning at the very spot where the fight with Ratboy took place. Both wounded each severely in that fight and Leesil has vowed to never let something like that happen to him again. On the other hand Magiere feels a terrible guilt that she could have killed Leesil when he offered his own blood to save her life. She can not forget the feeling of his life freely flowing into her and know that he would willingly give it all to her if she had need of it. She too has vowed that it would never happen again. Read more...(1285 words, 7 images, estimated 5:08 mins reading time)
Half vampire and half human, that is what Magiere is but she has no idea that is what she is, yet. Barb Hendee and J. C. Hendee spin for us a tale that is riveting and will have you constantly turning the pages to see what is going to happen next. The characters are believable and you actually care for them right from the start. The first few pages might be a little hard to get started but getting through them is going to be a real reward and you will not want to put this book down. Read more...(1073 words, 6 images, estimated 4:18 mins reading time)