Rahman writes -"Vampires have fallen into obscurity recently. What I mean by that is you can now move 10 feet in any direction without being overwhelmed by the vampire-related books, films and TV shows that used to swamp the entertainment industry. One thing I always felt was missing from the tidal wave was games. And I mean good games. There were probably a few mediocre games, like browser “MMO” BiteFight, which was as engaging as a spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel. Many years after my hunt for a good vampire game ended, I came across Nosgoth. “Hmm,” I remember thinking. “A class based vampires-vs.-humans affair with large maps, asymmetrical gameplay and lots of bloody violence? And it’s free? Sign me up!” "