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Submitted by Pozzle 1113d ago | news

Sega’s Vampire: Master Of Darkness Rises From The Grave, Sinks Teeth Into 3DS

Konami didn’t make a Castlevania title for Sega’s Master System or Game Gear, so Sega decided to create their own vampire hunting game. Vampire: Master of Darkness puts players in the shoes of a psychologist named Dr. Ferdinand Social who uses a Ouija board to track down Dracula. Right, so you have a knife, a pistol, and bombs (garlic bombs?) you can use to kill floating masks and eventually the head vampire. (3DS, Vampire: Master of Darkness)

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