List of vampire video games

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This is an incomplete list of video games which strongly feature vampires. This includes games where the player character is a vampire, or where a vampire is the primary antagonist, as well as games which feature vampires as the primary enemy variant.[1][2] Games which feature dhampirs, half-vampires, in the same way are also included.


Name Year Platform Description
EvilEvil[3] TBA TBA Co-op first-person shooter with a player-focused "continuously updated storyline". Major details regarding the game's development remain unknown save its publisher's dedicated website.
Bloody Hell Hotel TBA Windows A hotel management simulation game where you play as a vampire, who has awoken from a centuries-long coma to find their old estate has fallen into ruin. You decide to turn it into a prosperous hotel.
Nighthawks TBA Windows Adult visual novel by remarkable adventure game developer Wadjet Eye Games. Based in a dark city where you gradually build your own nightclub through fear and the actions inherent to the world of vampires.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 Q3 2024 Windows, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S Takes place in Seattle. Based on the tabletop role-playing game Vampire: The Masquerade and set in the World of Darkness fictional universe. Sequel to Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines.
El Paso, Elsewhere[4] 2023 Windows Supernatural neo-noir third-person shooter where the player must defeat diverse monsters, such as vampires, werewolves and fallen angels.
Vampire: The Masquerade - Heartless Symphony[5] 2023 Windows Based in the World of Darkness universe, is a role-playing video game that narrates the subsequent events to Vampire: The Masquerade - Heartless Lullaby, made by its same developer Entalto Studios[6]
Vampire Syndicate: Gangs of MoonFall 2023 Windows Erotic cyberpunk CRPG set in a metropolis dominated by a vampire gang war, with the protagonist being a key part of the conflict. It is partly inspired by Shadowrun.
Redfall 2 May 2023 Windows, Xbox Series X/S Open world first-person shooter where four characters fight against a city infested by vampires and other humans. The game is influenced by the Left 4 Dead series, features both single-player and cooperative multi-player modes.
Vampire Survivors 20 October 2022 Windows A game about dodging hordes of monsters while trying to survive for 30 minutes. Despite the game's name and key art indicating otherwise, none of these monsters are actually vampires.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong 19 May 2022 Windows, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Switch Narrative-driven role-playing video game in which the player controls three vampires with different vampiric disciplines (abilities), switching between them over the course of the game. The player can customize the characters by choosing to upgrade their disciplines and character statistics to suit their preferred playstyle; this influences character interaction and skills used while exploring the game world.
V Rising 17 May 2022 (Early Access) Windows Awaken as a vampire. Hunt for blood in nearby settlements to regain your strength and evade the scorching sun to survive. Raise your castle and thrive in an ever-changing open world full of mystery. Gain allies online and conquer the land of the living.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt 27 April 2022 Windows, PlayStation 5 First multiplayer game based in the Vampire: The Masquerade universe, presented in a battle royale

format. Every match takes place in Prague, where players, as vampiric beings, fight for survival to be the only one remaining .

Vampire: The Masquerade - Heartless Lullaby[7] 21 April 2022 Windows Covering just the prologue of the story, with well over an hour and a half of gameplay and several different endings, Vampire: The Masquerade - Heartless Lullaby was created in less than a month in celebration of the Vampire: The Masquerade Jam.
Red Embrace: Mezzanine[8] 9 July 2021 Windows Visual novel / point-and-click game produced by Argento Studios in preparation for their subsequent role-playing game title Red Embrace: Paradisus[9]
Vampirem[10] 20 May 2021 Windows Another story of Bloodlust, this time told through the eyes of Ravenblood. His journey in search of lost strength and revenge will take you through the dark tombs and dungeons of the Vampirem. Released on Steam.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Shadows of New York 10 September 2020 Win, Mac, Linux, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch Visual novel that takes place in the World of Darkness universe, also sequel to Vampire: The Masquerade – Coteries of New York.
Bloodlust 2: Nemesis 26 March 2020 Windows Hack-n-slash action role-playing game, sequel to the vampire-themed Bloodlust - Shadowhunter.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Coteries of New York 11 December 2019 Win, Mac, Linux, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch A narrative experience set in the rich universe of Vampire: The Masquerade 5th Edition. It presents the struggle for power between two vampiric factions - the Camarilla and the Anarchs - bathed in the night lights of the Big Apple.
Code Vein 27 September 2019 Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Crescendo of the Blood Moon (quest from Rec Room) 2018 PlayStation 4, Windows Action role-playing game inspired by Castlevania and part of Rec Room. A group of up to three vampire hunters fight their way towards and through Dracula's castle until they face Dracula himself in the final boss battle. The game has a strong metafictional character in that the setting resembles a school performance of a play in which the players take part as actors.
Vampyr 5 June 2018 Windows, Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One The plot revolves around vampire doctor Jonathan Reid who is coming to terms with his undead condition. He must deal with being torn between the Hippocratic Oath and his newfound bloodthirsty nature. Vampyr is based on the 1918 London Spanish flu pandemic.
Bloodlust - Shadowhunter 22 September 2015 Windows Dungeon crawling / action RPG experience that will allow players to explore the dark underworld of a forgotten society of Vampires and their disciplines, all while trying to battle for hierarchy among the clans in search of their sire. Released on Windows/Steam.
Immortal Day 15 April 2014 Windows, Mobile An online multiplayer game where players can play as vampires, werewolves, hunters, hybrids, and hybrid zombies.[11]
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 25 February 2014 Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 Action-adventure game with hack and slash combat and direct sequel to Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, to date the last major entry in the Castlevania series.
DARK 3 July 2013 Windows, Xbox 360 A stealth action RPG that follows Eric Bane, a newly turned vampire suffering from amnesia, who must recover his memories by drinking the blood of ancient vampires.
Vampire Season - Monster Defense 28 June 2012 iOS Tower Defense/Strategy video game. Vampire Season features gameplay with elements from both the tower defense and real-time strategy genres. Players are tasked with building up an army of boogiemen, zombies, vampires and other creatures, all in the name of protecting Dracula’s coffin.[12]
Legacy of Kain: Dead Sun 2012 (canceled) Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 Latest title in the Legacy of Kain series (even though never released) as well as the second entry to be canceled after 2004's Legacy of Kain: The Dark Prophecy[13]
BloodRayne: Betrayal 2011 Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 Side-scrolling platform game that keeps the hack and slash combat of the previous games in the series. The player controls Rayne through fifteen individual levels.
The Adventures of Shuggy 2011 Xbox 360, Windows A platform and puzzle game where players guide the diminutive titular vampire around an inherited mansion in order to remove unwanted guests. Released on Xbox Live Arcade.[14]
Infamous 2: Festival of Blood 2011 PlayStation 3 A PlayStation Network downloadable game. This standalone spin-off of Infamous 2 sees the player character Cole MacGrath bitten by a vampire, he must defeat the head vampire before the end of the night.[15]
Vampire Rush 2011 iOS, Bada Tower Defense/Survival Horror video game. An adventurer Captain Greg defends the gates, the last barrier that protects the humans from the vampires.[16]
Transformice 2010 Windows, Mac, Linux Multiplayer free-to-play platform video game. Vampires appear in the survivor game mode, where players must run to avoid being bitten by them.
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2010 Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 Third-person action-adventure game and turning point in the Castlevania series upon modernizing the titular franchise in favour of a mainstream audience. It received a sequel in 2014, which as of 2023 is the latest Castlevania game.
NecroVisioN 2009 Microsoft Windows A video game set during World War I, which featured vampires, zombies, and demons at the same time.
Harker 2008 (canceled) PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360 Survival horror game where players control Jonathan Harker and must track one or more vampires through the game's environments before engaging in small-scale combat with regenerating vampires.[17] The game was put on indefinite hold when the design team The Collective merged with Shiny Entertainment to form Double Helix Games, the game was shelved so that Double Helix could produce Silent Hill: Homecoming.[18][19]
Dracula: Origin 2008 Windows Graphic adventure starring Abraham Van Helsing, who must prevent Count Dracula from finding a manuscript that will allow him to bring the woman he loved back from the dead.[20]
Dracula 3: The Path of the Dragon 2008 iOS, Windows Graphic adventure, a priest named Father Arno Moriani travels to Transylvania to research a candidate for sainthood, eventually resulting in a fight with Count Dracula.[21]
Fortune Arterial 2008 Windows Japanese erotic visual novel, a male student who has newly transferred to a remote island school discovers that one of the female students is a vampire.[22]
Night of the Raving Dead 2008 Wii, Windows, Xbox 360 An episode of the adventure series Sam & Max Season Two. The titular detective duo's town is under siege by an army of zombies under the control of an emo vampire named Jurgen.[23]
A Vampyre Story 2008 Mac OS X, Windows Comedy graphic adventure starring Mona De Lafitte, a young opera singer who wishes to travel back to Paris and resume her career, despite having recently been converted into a vampire.[24]
Vampire Rain 2007 PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 Stealth game set in the modern day. A special operative stalks and sets ambushes for vampires.[25]
Darkwatch 2005 PlayStation 2, Xbox First-person shooter in a Wild West setting. A newly turned vampire must hunt down the one responsible for the transformation before he loses the last vestiges of humanity.[26]
BloodRayne 2 2004 PlayStation 2, Xbox, Windows Sequel to the 2002 action / hack and slash game Bloodrayne. Instead of resuming the story where the earlier entry ended, it takes place in a contemporary setting, during the 2000s, while featuring the same protagonist.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2004 Windows Based on the tabletop role-playing game Vampire: The Masquerade and set in the World of Darkness fictional universe, this game is a hybrid between first-person shooter and role-playing game, pitting the player's newly turned vampire character against armies both mortal and monstrous, as well as the diabolical politics of undead society.[27]
Van Helsing 2004 Game Boy Advance, PlayStation 2, Xbox Based on the film, the titular vampire hunter battles Dracula and his brides along with other foes.[28]
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds 2003 PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube Second and last video game based in the titular television series to be released on home consoles.
Nosferatu: The Wrath of Malachi 2003 Windows First-person perspective game with randomly generated levels. Set in 1912, the son of a Romanian count must fend off attacks from vampires by using traditional vampire hunting equipment as well as flintlock and musket weapons.[29]
BloodRayne 2002 GameCube, Mac OS X, PlayStation 2, Windows, Xbox Third-person action games with emphasis on combat, the titular character is a dhampir who destroys vampires and other supernatural beings.[30][31]
Buffy the Vampire Slayer 2002 Xbox First entry of the Buffy series to be released for home consoles, following the launch of the Game Boy Color title with the same name in 2000.
From Dusk Till Dawn 2001 Windows First-person shooter set after the events of the 1996 film. A vampire slayer must battle fellow prisoners who have become undead aboard a prison ship.[32]
Dark Angel: Vampire Apocalypse 2001 PlayStation 2 A vampire named Anna has a year to defeat the army of the Shadow Lord before facing him in combat, the title's gameplay has been compared to Gauntlet and Diablo.[33]
Soul Reaver 2 2001 PlayStation 2, Windows Action-adventure game, third in the Legacy of Kain series.
Blade 2000 Game Boy Color, PlayStation Third-person action game based on the film which was developed from the comic book character.[34]
Buffy the Vampire Slayer 2000 Game Boy Color First video game based on the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.[35]
Dracula 2: The Last Sanctuary 2000 PlayStation, Windows Graphic adventure and sequel to Dracula: Resurrection. Jonathan Harker continues to pursue Dracula and tries to save his wife Mina.[36]
Vampire Night 2000 Arcade, PlayStation 2 | Light gun game starring two vampire hunters who are attempting to defeat a vampire named Auguste.[37]
Vampire: The Masquerade – Redemption 2000 Mac OS, Windows Players control a vampire along with a party of up to three others, in this third-person 3D role-playing game featuring combat against werewolves, other vampires and several other types of foe, as well as a storyline that has players exploring towns from Dark Ages-era Prague to modern day New York.[38]
Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver 1999 Windows, PlayStation, Dreamcast Action-adventure game and immediate sequel to Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain. It's the first entry in the series to feature real-time 3D graphics, with the ability of the player to switch between two different dimensions or realities: the material realm and the spectral realm.
Countdown Vampires 1999 PlayStation Survival horror, a policeman acting as security during the opening of a horror-themed casino is faced with numerous vampires when the building's fire sprinkler system is activated and sprays black water over everyone present, transforming them.[39]
Dracula: Resurrection 1999 Mac OS X, PlayStation, Windows Graphic adventure set seven years after the events of Dracula. Jonathan Harker returns home to find his wife Mina gone and a note left stating that she has returned to Transylvania.[40]
Vampire Hunter D 1999 PlayStation Action adventure game, a master vampire hunter Dhampiris must explore a mansion and rescue a kidnap victim.[41]
Gothos 1997 Windows, Mac Quest game, 1st person perspective; The vampire clans are gathering. The player, a newly created vampire, must find the Scrolls of The First Blood and return them to his coven before The Deceiver acquires them. Borrows heavily from the Vampire: The Masquerade tabletop role-playing game[42][43]
Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain 1996 PlayStation, Windows First work in the Legacy of Kain franchise: a 2D action-adventure game portrayed from a top-down perspective where the player controls a vampiric protagonist named Kain, Blood Omen features diverse hack and slash combat, puzzle-solving, and dungeon crawl-based situations.
The Vampire Diaries 1996 Windows A point-and-click action adventure horror game, released in 1996 by HeR Interactive and featuring live-action actors and footage. Teenager Elena Gilbert must discover who is the culprit of attacking her little sister in an art gallery, before there are other victims in Fells Church.
Bureau 13 1995 Windows An old school quest / RPG type of game.

You are part of a fictional top-secret government agency which investigates and combats supernatural events - one of the available agents is a vampire that can turn to mist, each agent has his/her own special abilities.

Nosferatu 1994 SNES In this action platform game, the player controls Kyle in his quest to rescue his girlfriend Erin from Nosferatu's clutches.
Bram Stoker's Dracula 1993 Amiga, DOS, Game Boy, Game Gear, Master System, Mega Drive, Mega-CD, NES, SNES Games based on the film, players control Jonathan Harker and attempt to rescue Mina Murray from Count Dracula.[44]
Bloodnet 1993 Amiga, DOS Science fiction adventure and role-playing game set in Manhattan during the year 2094. Vampire hunter Abraham Van Helsing is now the leader of a plague of 'cyberpunk vampires', the game's playable character Ransom Stark must stop Van Helsing from taking over the city.[45]
Castlevania Chronicles 1993 X68000, PlayStation A Castlevania game compilation first released for the Sharp X68000 home computer, then ported several years later on the PlayStation console.
Castlevania: Rondo of Blood 1993 TurboGrafx-16, PlayStation Portable Platform-adventure game from the Castlevania series, was remade in 1995 for the Super Nintendo as Castlevania: Dracula X.
Dracula Unleashed 1993 DOS, Mega-CD Interactive movie. Alexander Morris, brother of Quincey Morris, travels to London to discover what happened to Quincey and his companions when they defeated Dracula.[46]
The Twisted Tales of Spike McFang 1993 SNES Adventure game with role-playing elements. Players control the titular vampire and attack enemies by throwing Spike's hat or spinning his cape.[47]
Veil of Darkness 1993 DOS Action adventure game, a man must face the vampire lord Kairn and his minions after a plane crash in a Romanian valley.[48]
Master of Darkness 1992 Game Gear, Master System Platform game. Dr. Social must travel through London in order to face Dracula at the Thames river. Likened to Castlevania games.[49]
Night Trap 1992 3DO, DOS, Mac OS, Mega-CD, Sega 32X Interactive movie, the player must protect six young women from vampire-like creatures by switching between surveillance cameras and activating booby traps.[50]
Super Castlevania IV 1991 SNES Side-scrolling platform game of the Castlevania franchise, notable for its use of color and sound in the then recent Super Nintendo system. As earlier Castlevania titles, it features the protagonist Simon Belmont, who starts every level with five lives and a time limit, with any of them depleted resulting in a Game over.
Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse 1989 NES Platform game developed by Konami and the third title in the Castlevania main series. It removed the action-adventure and role-playing elements established in the second game in favour of a experience more similar to the first.
Castlevania: The Adventure 1989 Game Boy, Game Boy Color First Castlevania game to be released on a handheld, preserving the traditional gameplay conventions of the series. Its remake Castlevania: The Adventure ReBirth was released for the Wii home console in 2009.
Night Hunter[51] 1989 DOS, Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, ZX Spectrum A side-scrolling action game by Ubisoft, in which the player controls a vampire that can transform into bat and werewolf.
Personal Nightmare 1989 DOS, Amiga, Atari ST Horror game developed by Horror Soft, later released digitally in 2009 via A haunting has occurred in the protagonist's town, resulting in the possessions of several citizens, who must be eliminated during the course of four days, with the last objective being the defeat of the Devil. Said citizens are controled by a witch and a vampire, who must be defeated in order to defeat the Devil.
Dance of the Vampires[52] 1988 Commodore 64 Adventure game split into three chapters. The screen consist of the picture of the location that players are presently at, a description of that location, and a prompt where commands are entered. Recognizable commands include EXAMINE, TAKE, DRINK, ASK ABOUT, and directions can be abbreviated (ie: N, S, E, W, U, D).
Dracula in London[53] 1988 DOS A classic, text-based adventure based on Bram Stoker's Dracula.
Fright Night 1988 Amiga Video game adaptation of 1985's titular supernatural horror film, released exclusively for the Amiga platform.
Vampire's Empire[54] 1988 Amiga, Atari ST, Commodore 64, MSX, ZX Spectrum Action game puts the player in the perspective of Doctor Van Helsing, making another attempt to rid the world of Dracula. The world consists of 160 side-view screens, with others accessed via push-scrolling, but must be freed of vampires within a time limit. Van Helsing can defeat enemies using mirrors to reflect his beam of light onto them. Bats and snakes must be avoided, as they cost Van Helsing energy, as well as coffins.
The Astonishing Adventures of Mr. Weems and the She Vampires 1987 Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum The titular character has entered the mansion of the Great She Vampire and must defeat her before he is drained of blood. Likened to Gauntlet.[55]
Castlevania II: Simon's Quest 1987 NES, Windows Second game in the Castlevania series and remarkably different from its predecessor, combining side-scrolling action and platforming with strong role-playing elements. The game does not feature the traditional stages but allows the player to freely roam the land of Transylvania in the style of Nintendo's Metroid. The game world is divided into outdoor areas, dungeon-like mansions containing crucial quest items, and towns, where Simon can talk to non-player characters, rest, and buy items in shops.[56]
Haunted Castle 1987 Arcade, Windows, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch Second arcade game in the Castlevania franchise, originally published by Konami before its conversion to modern platforms decades later. The protagonist in this game is Simon Belmont, who embarks on a journey to save his wife Selena from the series recurrent antagonist, Dracula.
Castlevania 1986 NES, DOS, Amiga, Commodore 64, Game Boy Advance, Windows Highly praised video game that uses platform gameplay and is divided into six blocks of three stages each, for a total of 18 stages. Simon can move, jump, crouch, climb stairs and use a magic whip (known in series lore as "Vampire Killer") as his primary combat weapon.[57]
Dracula 1986 Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Text adventure based on the novel written by Bram Stoker.[58]
Ghost House 1986 Master System Platform game, a young boy enters the ghost house in order to defeat vampires after releasing them from their coffins.[59]
Nosferatu the Vampyre 1986 Design Design[60] Action adventure game ilicensed around the film with the same name. It uses an isometric perspective and is depicted in monochrome. The game is divided into three stages, in which the characters Jonathan Harker, Lucy, and Van Helsing can be controlled, respectively. It features full object interaction as well as basic object physics.
Vampire[61] 1986 Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, MSX, Amstrad An action game composing of 95 different levels and segmented in two acts, where the protagonist must fight against hordes of Count Dracula's slaves, gather keys, and obtain the essential items that allow to defeat him.
Vampire Killer 1986 MSX2 Unrelated to the 1984 game Vampire Killer,[62] the latter is a platform-adventure title developed by Konami and an alternative version of the Castlevania game that was released the same year.
The Crimson Crown 1985 DOS, Amiga, Apple II, Commodore 64, Mac Text adventure game that tasks the player with a quest to defeat a magical vampire with the assistance of Princess Sabrina (who is now a fledgling magician) and the heir to the throne, Prince Erik.[63]
Realm of the Undead[64] 1984 ZX Spectrum Action game that takes place in three stages, all found in Dark Lord's castle, titular antagonist.
Vampire Killer[62] 1984 ZX Spectrum Action adventure game, where you are a vampire hunter who has been tasked to remove Dracula from the 12th floor of a block of flats by a client on the floor below.
Vampire's Castle Adventure[65] 1984 DOS This short text adventure (written in a mere 181 lines of BASIC code) has the player exploring a vampire's lair in search of the game's "concealed goal."[66]
Vampire Village 1983 ZX Spectrum Single screen game in which volunteers must be outfitted with equipment and sent to destroy a vampire who has taken up residence in a castle near a small village.[67]
The Tomb of Dracula[68] 1982 ZX Spectrum, ZX81 Adventure game where you explore vaults over various levels of Dracula's Tomb to find the Vampire's Treasure. At the start of the game you are presented for a limited time, a map of the first level of 300 vaults showing all the obstacles, monsters and stakes which needs memorising before it disappears. You move about in a North, South, East or West direction in a perspective that is presented in first person.
Transylvania 1982 Apple II, Commodore 64, Atari 8-bit, Mac, PC-88/PC-98 Adventure game where the player is on a quest to rescue Princess Sabrina from a countryside roamed by a werewolf, a vampire, a prankster goblin, a witch, and an alien spaceship, while bound to a time limit.
Transylvanian Tower[69] 1982 Commodore 64, Dragon 32/64, ZX Spectrum Single player maze game in which the player must explore five levels of Count Kreepie's castle, kill him, and find his stash of loot. The castle has over five hundred different rooms to explore.
The Count 1979 Apple II, Atari 8-bit, PET, TI-99/4A, TRS-80, VIC-20, ZX Spectrum Text adventure, the player has been sent to defeat Count Dracula by the local villagers.[70] An enhanced version was released under the name "Scott Adams' Graphic Adventure #5: The Count"


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