The time has come, vampires are ready to come out of the shadows and open the Pandora’s box to let the ancient evil out. But humanity decides to fight back. So be it, the war to the last breath.

Now the saving of the World is in your hands. Learn how to defeat the genetically modified creatures from another dimension. Use your superpowers and a rich arsenal of weapons and decide the fate of humanity in the battle with the squads of vampires and their leader!

Now it is you to decide how our history will turn out.


Two skill branches: take control of the vampire mutation or improve your hardware with new updates;

The course of events depends on your own choice (you can join any of the opposing sides);

Enhanced AI opponents, which makes battles even more interesting and dynamic.

Read More: Best Vampire Shooter Games.

Dixotomia on Steam



This is a difficult game to review… one of the most difficult I must say. On one point the game is awesome and briliant that you want to shout out: ‘PEOPLE PLAY THIS GAME IT IS AWESOME!’ and at the same time there are things about this game that are utterly garbage and stupid that make you wanna scream warnings: ‘STAY AWAY FROM THIS’

This game is hard to get into and easy to bounce off and never try it again. Let me go into some details… the begining is horrible, this aint no Call of Duty shooter that is for sure so people who are rather utter amateurs of this genre will most likely say: this game is f*cked up and unistal, but I am used to difficult FPS games so I just went through it. It gets a bit better later but not perfect and the know how to do stuff in this game aka tutorial is almost non existent which is very bad cause this game has some interesting mechanics that arent typicaly find in most FPS out there.

Real player with 18.6 hrs in game

Read More: Best Vampire FPS Games.

This is a Polish FPS game made in 2009 by The Farm 51. When I first saw the trailer I got the vide of a movie called Deathwatch, which is also based in the WWI, like this game. I thought this game is about horror of war with some monsters in it, and I didn’t know then, this is just the beginning.

The story is about an american soldier named Simon in the British Army, fighting against the Germans. One day when he and his platoon attacked the enemy, they got ambushed by them, and he had to flee. Soon he got saved by another British soldier, but the soldier tells him, that the dead rised up, and other horrible things came up to the Earth. Also the soldier didn’t let in Simon’s soldiers, because of this they get into a fight and our hero wins, and also he founds out that the solider said the truth what is happening, and now Simon wants to leave the battlefield.

Real player with 18.4 hrs in game

NecroVision on Steam



Midwintär catches you at Khazar’s Pass.

You shelter in a cave as the days and nights grow long and cold,

as the snow seals you in and as the world darkens.

Midwintär is a narrative-driven stealth action game inspired by medieval horror folklore that combines careful tactical planning with fast-paced arcade execution and innovative gossip mechanics. Play and switch between three protagonists - a werewolf, a vampire, and a moon witch - to exact your revenge on a vicious religious cult.

Off-Kilter Sunny Horror On the outside, Midwintär takes place among sunny, medieval villages populated by friendly, hard-working, and devoted inhabitants. Stay overnight, though, and you might be horrified to reveal the true nature of their sacred rituals. The world of Midwintär is gruesome and dark but also funny.

Sun / Moon Gameplay Cycle Midwintär features a 3-minute day-night cycle that changes your abilities. You must use your daytime skills such as lock-picking or spreading rumours among villagers to best prepare the terrain for the night-time havoc when you transform into a bloodthirsty, overpowered monster.

Gossip Mechanics Each villager in Midwintär has their own suspicion-meter you can influence by gossiping and spreading rumors about other villagers, and there is also a panic-meter that changes the AI behaviour of all villagers on the map. You can use this against villagers - hide the firewood to lure the lumberjack into the night, kill him near the chapel to incriminate the priest, and later spread rumours on seeing him covered in blood. He’ll be hanged in no time!

Three Playable Characters You will be able to choose, play and switch between three playable characters - a werewolf, a vampire, and a moon witch - each of whom possesses a distinctive skillset and boasts a different playstyle.

Non-linear Skilltree You will be able to customize the skillset and playstyle of each character by opting to complete alternate missions in levels, which will reward you with a special bonus skill of your choice. Will your werewolf hone his terrifying howl, or will he become one with the wolf-packs of the forest?

Co-Op Multiplayer Midwintär will feature a split-screen and a local multiplayer for up to three players, enabling all three characters to fight together.

The corrupt and self-righteous religious institution Oblique Order is attempting to destroy the peaceful cohabitation of people and magical creatures in the pagan world of Midwintär, and enforce their order by uniting people against the powers of the wild. You must stop them before they exterminate your kind…

Midwintär starts off as a revenge story that slowly shifts into an exploration about our relationship to the unknown, and about the limits of what we can hope to control or understand.


The main protagonist is the werewolf, a former disciple of the Oblique Order, disillusioned and out for vengeance. During the game, he is guided by the voice of Midwintär, an ancient force of nature. His skills revolve around spreading panic and using brute force.


The vampire, once a powerful force of the night, his might now reduced by the spells of men. He cannot cross running water nor enter houses uninvited, but his power is in his allure - he can enthrall people to do his bidding, or forge blood links to ensure undying loyalty.


Then, there is the moon witch. Saved just before she was burned at the stake, she had felt on her skin the terror of order, and wishes to rid the world of their influence. Her skills revolve around misdirecting suspicion at others and using concoctions to alter their behaviour.

“Attending the Masked Meeting, you overhear their plans - they have already set all things in motion.”

Read More: Best Vampire Conspiracy Games.

Midwintar on Steam

Dreadful Shadows

Dreadful Shadows

Looks super promising, cant wait to see where it will end up!!

Real player with 309.0 hrs in game

The Victorian style really caught my eye the monsters seem decent and the game play looks compelling, its really nice to see so many indie game devs these days breathing fresh air in an otherwise stale market, keep up the good work

Real player with 91.8 hrs in game

Dreadful Shadows on Steam

Vampires' Melody

Vampires' Melody

Review with accompanying screenshots at Sinical Network


I recently received a beta key of this game for free from MyLifeforAiur as a translator and beta-tester for this game.

AsicxArt has released its 5th title on Steam for 2020 with Vampires' Melody, containing thriller, romance, fantasy and fan service. This visual novel features an apprentice chef Raylan Monroe, and a vampire girl Yella Lester. Raylan is gathering ingredients for his restaurant in the wilderness one day when he stumbles across a girl sleeping inside a tree who had taken shelter from a heavy thunderstorm.

Real player with 57.4 hrs in game

Great indie VN that could give an experienced developer a run for their money.

Vampire Melody….just another day browsing the steam store and saw this one sale, decided to try this one out and what do you know! another great find!. This is the fourth game made by an indie develop called AsicxArt which I never heard of before but now they’re are definitely on my radar.

Now about the game

In a nutshell the reason I enjoyed the visual novel was:

(+) Live 2D sprite

(+) Multiple endings

Real player with 16.6 hrs in game

Vampires' Melody on Steam

Tell a Demon

Tell a Demon

Tell a Demon is the second part of the Asher series, which is set to be a trilogy of visual novels taking place in the eponymous fictional city. While playing the first game, Asher (which can be downloaded for free on the developer’s blog), is not mandatory to play this stand-alone game, it can help get a stronger grip on the lore and the motivation of a couple characters, and I would recommend playing it beforehand of after your first ending. Now, onto Tell a Demon. It is undoubtedly one of the strongest visual novels I’ve played yet, both in terms of visuals and story. The art is totally unique, more reminiscent of paintings you would see in the 16th century section of a museum than classic VN art. I can’t express how much I love the attention that went into little details in the sprites: sometimes the only observable alteration comes from a raised eyebrow or a bitten lip, and yet the change in expression is striking while conveying a subtle shift in emotion. The CGs are also phenomenal, but seeing as the video in this page gives a pretty good sample on what you can expect art-wise when playing Tell a Demon, I won’t expand on the subject.

Real player with 51.7 hrs in game

Tell A Demon is such a great VN that I wish more people knew about! It introduces a genuinely original story and world, and even though it can be a bit rough to find your bearings in it, it’s definitely worth it.

The artstyle is great, fits the tone of the story perfectly, and really serves the writing well - not that it really needs it. So many scenes are just… really, actually well-written, and don’t need the help of the art of the music (both of which are still very good) to leave a strong impression.

Real player with 14.7 hrs in game

Tell a Demon on Steam