Vampire Night

PS2 - MPN: 722674021197
Product Details
Description
Very few have survived encounters with vampires, but you deal with them all the time. As a vampire hunter, your next target is a creature who has taken a small medieval village under control. Grab a friend and the GunCon2 to experience intense shooting action through hordes of vampires. Precision shooting is the key to survival, as bosses transform into hideous monsters and parasites consume villagers.
Quick Glance
ESRB Rating T (Teen)
Game Genre Action/Adventure
Maximum Number of Players 2
Expert Reviews
Vampire Night
4 Star Review  GameZone - Nov 28, 2001

Prepare sizeable servings of Namco - Sega - Wow Entertainment (aka the House of the Dead clan). Combine with a PS2 console and a GunCon2 (or two) and mix. What do you get? Vampire Night. Packing those silver bullets and your long trench coats, you set out as a vampire hunter extraordinaire - getting ready to administer some justice to those creatures of the night. Plug in your weapons ladies and gentlemen of the couch-sharpshooter crowd - it's time for a new round of light-gun action. Would it be stating the obvious to say that Vampire Night is centered about the elimination of vampires? I guessed it probably would, but I thought I kind of had to mention it as I addressed the backdrop to Namco's latest addition to their GunCon 2 collection.

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Vampire Night
3.5 Star Review  IGN.com - Nov 13, 2001

The game's credits list Vampire Night as published by Namco Hometek and developed by Namco, Sega, and WOW Entertainment. One would think that something produced by the great minds of these fine companies would be nothing less than perfection, but that's sadly far from the truth. The game's development was handled almost completely by WOW Entertainment, the group that's responsible for the House of the Dead series, and despite the collaborative efforts from two arcade powerhouses, the end result is a product that's less than either Sega or Namco's best.

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Product Details
Description
Very few have survived encounters with vampires, but you deal with them all the time. As a vampire hunter, your next target is a creature who has taken a small medieval village under control. Grab a friend and the GunCon2 to experience intense shooting action through hordes of vampires. Precision shooting is the key to survival, as bosses transform into hideous monsters and parasites consume villagers.
Quick Glance
ESRB Rating T (Teen)
Game Genre Action/Adventure
Maximum Number of Players 2
Summary
Product Title Vampire Night
Manufacturer Sony
Power Score 4.0 | 2 Reviews
Game Information
Simultaneous Multiplayer Mode: Yes
Memory Space Required: 36 KB
Release Date: 2001-11-14
Network Compatible: No
More Info
URL: Manufacturer Link
Additional Specifications
Category: Playstation Action
Class: Playstation 2
Uses Memory Card?: Yes
Expert Reviews
Vampire Night
4 Star Review  GameZone - Nov 28, 2001

Prepare sizeable servings of Namco - Sega - Wow Entertainment (aka the House of the Dead clan). Combine with a PS2 console and a GunCon2 (or two) and mix. What do you get? Vampire Night. Packing those silver bullets and your long trench coats, you set out as a vampire hunter extraordinaire - getting ready to administer some justice to those creatures of the night. Plug in your weapons ladies and gentlemen of the couch-sharpshooter crowd - it's time for a new round of light-gun action. Would it be stating the obvious to say that Vampire Night is centered about the elimination of vampires? I guessed it probably would, but I thought I kind of had to mention it as I addressed the backdrop to Namco's latest addition to their GunCon 2 collection.

Read the full review »

Vampire Night
3.5 Star Review  IGN.com - Nov 13, 2001

The game's credits list Vampire Night as published by Namco Hometek and developed by Namco, Sega, and WOW Entertainment. One would think that something produced by the great minds of these fine companies would be nothing less than perfection, but that's sadly far from the truth. The game's development was handled almost completely by WOW Entertainment, the group that's responsible for the House of the Dead series, and despite the collaborative efforts from two arcade powerhouses, the end result is a product that's less than either Sega or Namco's best.

Read the full review »

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