Summary: Don't get turned away buy the corny lines and the atrocious script this game is definitely worth buying! This is a great game with tons of replay value, as far as arcade shooters go I would put this one up there with Area 51!
Summary: The game is a lot of fun and the replay value is incredible. There are lots of extra weapons to unlock and things like that. The only complain I have about the game is the fact that it is so short. You can play through the entire game in under an hour. Because of its length it makes the replays a little bit repetitive but fortunately there are alternate routes in certain levels and places.
Summary: Well, whadya know? I finally like a game and now, suddenly, everyone else hates it. SIGH! This is a really fun game. The boss fights are awesome. You have to avoid spells and other things while shooting them in unusual places, like shooting their face. If that doesn't sound fun, well, this game is not for you. Shooting the boss bat is a lot of fun because you have to keep shooting it. The way the bat swoops down and tries to seriously hurt you is a lot of fun avoiding.
Summary: I loved this game. It was fun and cool. the story line was stupid, it was just some goth people talking about vampires and stuff. but hey, if you bought this game for the story line, you are the dumbest person i know. but it had alot more in it than i thought it would. the bosses were hard and you can do training unlock the all powerfuf shot gun and do a whole lotta fun stuff. i recommend you play 2 player because its more fun with a friend.
Summary: Vampire Night seems like the PS2 owner's consolation prize for not being able to play "House Of The Dead 2", but don't worry it's just as good as that masterpiece...well almost. First of all, the graphics are fantastic, better than arcade contemporaries "Ninja Assault" and "Confidential Mission", which also have console conversions. The style is best showcased in the first chapter with some superb depictions of winter sunlight on a frozen lake.
Great graphics/gameplay, but is a bit on the short side
28 December 2001
Summary: Vampire Night for Playstation 2 is a perfect translation of it's arcade counterpart. For those who have not played it, it's a first person, guided path shooting game very similar to The House Of The Dead. Unfortunately, Vampire Night also shares The House Of The Dead series' bad dialogue and story. However, one must remember that Vampire Night was an arcade game. That means it is meant to emphasize on quick, flashy gameplay and amazing graphics..
Excerpt: I like to shoot I do, heck only 6 months ago I paid £40 for a Gun so that I could shoot some terrorists - but that soon got boring, I needed to shoot something else - but what exactly, looking around I found I had 2 choices, more terrorists or Vampires - well it was easy wasn't it really? The Vampires had to have it, I know they're my kindred spirit but still, once you've shot one Terrorist they all seem the same.
Summary: Die Grafik ist schon ziemlich gut, zumindest für PS2-Verhältnisse. Die Umgebung ist recht hübsch anzusehen und die Charaktere sind auch gut ausgearbeitet. Ok, auch Vampire Night hat mit der Limitierung der Hardware zu kämpfen, so sehen die Bewegungen der Charaktere in den Zwischensequenzen manchmal doch recht merkwürdig aus, vor allem die Gesichtsanimationen.