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Submitted by robparko 655d ago | review

Bloody Vampire Review | Mini Fortress

Mini Fortress writes:

"Developed by SilverStar, Bloody Vampire finally lands on the Nintendo eShop after being available in Japan for nearly a year. The game follows Latis, a half-breed, and Cereza, a full blown vampire, on their quest to discover the reason why vampires are bleeding over into the human world." (3DS, Bloody Vampire) 7/10

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