10. Vampire The Masquerade: Bloodlines
You simply can not make a list about vampire games without talking about cult hit Vampire The Masquerade: Bloodlines. A flawed game with a deeply troubled development, Bloodlines is one of those games where if you scratch just beneath the surface, there is a genuine diamond in the rough.
What makes this game so great are its RPG elements, which are found at every single corner of the game. From the huge character creation screen, multitude of dialogue options to various ways of play, you can do anything.
While the graphics may leave something to be desired (especially considering todays standards) and the combat being the weakest element of the game, the story and characters are where it shines. Unique and interesting characters are brought to life with some superb voice acting, telling a tale filled to the brim with deep lore.
There are so many ways you can play this game – fight through the entire campaign guns blazing, talk your way out of every situation or stick to the shadows with stealth. Exploring LA at nighttime is a truly exciting experience, and you never know what you might uncover.