Vampires have been featured in many media for a long time, including sports. Since it has an almost infinite scope, developers have consistently manipulated the subject of vampires and turned it into a number of various game genres. On the other hand, gamers are still really interested in the experience of being challenged or turned into a character that is both dominant and sinister like a vampire. Here’s a list of the 10 greatest vampire games of all time.

Vampire The Masquerade: Bloodlines

While there are several issues with the production of the game, Bloodlines is one of the titles that doesn’t look so well on the outside, but holds incredibly useful items inside. What puts this game on the list are the role-playing aspects that are integrated in every part of the game.


At first glance, the gameplay of Vampyr is quite cumbersome, the battle is tedious, usually quite dull. But the appealing feature of this game is that it allows you to destroy every NPC (non-player character) character, including the person assigned to you. The game takes place as the Spanish flu took place in London in 1918. Players will assume the part of Doctor Jonathan Reid – who has just been converted into a vampire.

After he woke up, he learned that he was the one who killed Mary, his brother, in bloodlust. So Reid continues his quest to find the solution. The plot takes place after it is cleverly structured and draws players from start to finish.

The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim: Dawnguard

This DLC helps you to make a choice: either fight vampires or join the guild and do the job of blurring the light

Skyrim itself is a game with an incredibly rich material, with Dawnguard, the first version of the DLC, extending the game ever further. However, instead of concentrating on dragons, this DLC would shift the theme to a community of people specialized in the extermination of vampires. The Vampire Theme appeared in the Elder Scrolls series before, but it was “upgraded” to the Skyrim version.