Vampire Hunter Sega Saturn Review and Video Review, Images, Gameplay - Classic Game Room
VAMPIRE HUNTER review for Sega Saturn - Classic Game Room
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Vampire Hunter - Sega Saturn

Vampire Hunter: Darkstalkers' Revenge is the second game in the Darkstalkers fighting game series that features imaginative Capcom characters such as Morrigan, Sasquatch, Pyron and Anakaris!
  • Release date: 1996
  • Genre: Fighting
  • Developer: Capcom
  • Publisher: Capcom
  • Players: 1-2 Players
  • Donated by: Frank from San Leandro, CA, USA
  • SpaceVault page Created by: CGR
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Vampire Hunter aka Darkstalkers is one of my favorite fighters of all time! All the characters are awesome looking and the fighting is intense! If you're used to Street Fighter controls then you're feel right at home here. Nothing is over the top too complex and it won't take you long to find a character you feel the most comfortable with. The difficulty settings work very accurately so you can practice the game and progress without frustration. A must have for the Saturn!

Awesome game. Really shows the 2d power of the saturn.

This series was always great. It has some of the coolest character animations ever.

a great fighter not as good as Vampire Savior but still one of my favorites

A great arcade port of Night Warriors that works so well on the Saturn thanks to the great Saturn Model 2 Gamepad. Capcom and Sega was a relationship that worked so well and this game was proof positive. I love the series as well as Darkstalkers is just insanely unique with a great spin on classic horror character archetypes.

Known in the west as Night Warriors, Darkstalkers is one of the best games on the Sega Saturn and arguably the best fighting game of all time. It is similar to other games in the well worn genre, but what makes the Darkstalkers series stand out is its originality. The character design is without equal and one cannot take their eyes off of the beautiful (and colorful) art design. Each character and their powers just drips with originality it is impossible to pick a favorite.


VAMPIRE HUNTER review for Sega Saturn
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