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Day 1: Vampire Killer (MSX2)
Day 1: SplatterHouse 3 (Genesis)
From the day it first oozed forth into unsuspecting arcades, the SplatterHouse franchise has been synonymous with outrageous violence, undying horrors from beyond the grave . . . and equally musty gameplay. Yet where its predecessors may have been stiff, simplistic side-scrollers, this third installment chucks out the old formula like so many decapitated heads in favor of brutal beat 'em up action featuring a few novel twists.
a href="http://www.honestgamers.com/systems/content.php?console_id=35&review_id=5186&game_id=21682">Brides of Dracula (Amiga)
Whether he's being portrayed by Christopher Lee or George Hamilton, one simple fact remains the same: Count Dracula is history's greatest pimp. Sadly, most games are so fixated on silly things like drinking blood or getting whipped by men in leather that they overlook our hero's slick sophistication, excellent dancing skills, and long, hard . . . fangs. Fortunately Brides of Dracula corrects this grievous error by not only letting you play as crotchety Dr. Van Helsing, but also the Bodacious Bloodsucker himself as he prowls Transylvania looking to pick up chicks.
Ghosts 'n Goblins (NES)
Arthur: By my faith, this evening chill doth nip at my beard, reduce my muscular bare chest to a frightful pallor, and make mine underthings sway in the darkened breeze!
Prin Prin: Aye, but mayhaps yonder hearts dost illuminate the gloom and set aglow the fires of my bosom . . .
Arthur: (knowingly) O spiteful boxers! It now appears that they too deign to chafe!