Argumentative Essay On Dracula

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Vampires are a classic and incredibly versatile kind of monster across all kinds of media, certainly not just limited to videogames. A big part of that undoubtedly stems from how many cultures around the world have variations on the vampire present in their folklore – usually in the form of some sort of otherworldly something that swoops in and saps the life force of humans and/or animals before slipping off into the night when they've finished. Sometimes these beings are little more than monstrous animals, sometimes they're overdramatic goth fashion plates, and sometimes they're just regular people who like to chill out with a bloody mary every now and then. You can find a pretty diverse range of vampires in games of course. Maybe too diverse, …show more content…

Dracula's kind of the James Bond of the vampire world: He's super sexy, super quotable, and has had so many faces and identities over the years that it can be a little hard to keep track(ula) of which one's the “best” of the lot. Even within the Castlevania series Dracula himself has taken a few twists and turns, moving from the realm of generic evil end boss to sympathetic hero. And don't forget Kid Dracula, which is 100% not canon but definitely, definitely should be. Dracula could definitely stand to have a little more impish charm in his …show more content…

Therese and Jeanette Voerman are the most popular choice, but in my opinion her sexy schoolgirl routine is just a little too played out. Gary Golden, on the other hand, has originality to spare. He was an actor during Hollywood's Golden Age, and although he's immortal his career met a premature end when he was initiated into the Nosferatu clan, a family of vampires which (as you may be able to tell based on their name) aren't known for their

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