Even if you don't understand Japanese, this is a great game to play. *wink, wink* ;) Loved this game, and still playing it! You can chase after and possibly date many of the Vampire Knight characters.There's also quite a few fun, and funny, mini-games you can play.Instead of Vampire Knight DS attempting to exactly follow Vampire Knight, a nearly impossible feat due to the manga being a 19 volume series and the game coming out five years into its nine year run, it offers an original story with Yuki acting as something of a moderator between the human and vampire students at a boarding school she attends.It doesn’t try to get into the sticky details that come after Yuki learns the truth about her past.The game is organized into chapters, with each chapter featuring a little mini-story.It's really a great game, and I highly recommend it. Vampire Knight's premise lends itself to a dating game with a bit more action and interactivity, and D3 actually steps up.That kind and gentle vampire who came to her rescue is head of the Night Class, Kaname Kuran.Kaname leads the Night Class because of his social status as a pureblood vampire.
Yuki has lived at Cross Academy for the past ten years.
It can be uncommon to get something that ticks the right boxes for people, resulting in a game that can be appreciated by players who both are and aren’t familiar with the source material.
Vampire Knight DS, a dating sim inspired by the Matsuri Hino series of the same name, is one such game that managed to achieve the lofty goal of perhaps pleasing everyone at once.
Vampire Knight (ヴァンパイア騎士) is a shōjo manga and anime series written by Matsuri Hino.
The series premiered in the January 2005 issue of La La magazine and is still on-going.