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Vampire Rain: Altered Species Videos and Trailers - PS3

Game Description:Los Angeles: Playground to the stars and home to a growing host of deadly vampires called Nightwalkers. While the paparazzi stalk celebrities, Special Forces expert John Lloyd stalks the Nightwalkers. Play as Lloyd, and lead your specially trained black-ops unit against a supernatural foe who moves with lightning speed and deadly intent. Maneuver your squad using strategy and stealth, then move in for the kill utilizing hi-tech weapons like Necrovision and UV knives. Make the most of your environment to gain an upper hand: Rain, rooftops, and darkness can all be used to your advantage. But be careful. One wrong move, and the Nightwalkers will overrun you.
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