Make your way through Transylvania as Van Helsing and battle Dracula, his Brides, Frankenstein, Igor and The Wolf Man with an array of weapons.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Van Helsing (voice)
Dracula (voice)
Velkan / The Wolf Man (voice)
Igor (voice)
Verona (voice)
Marishka (voice)
Aleera (voice)
Anna (voice) (as Mandy Steckelberg)
Valerious (voice)
Hyde (voice)
Ivo Nanov ...
Villager (voice)
Villager (voice)
Villager (voice)


A detailed introduction into Van Helsing's lost past. Playing as the monster slayer you can use many different weapons to take out Dracula, his Brides, Frankentein, Igor and The Wolf man. A monster mash of a game with the original cast providing the voices! Written by Mr.H

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Evil has one name to fear




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7 May 2004 (USA)  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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[first lines]
Hyde: Bonjour monsieur. Welcome to Paris.
Van Helsing: Show yourself, Doctor Jekyll.
Hyde: That memory of yours is getting worse Van Helsing. The name is Hyde, remember?
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VG next to the title?
23 December 2006 | by (Augsburg,Bavaria,Germany) – See all my reviews

Looks like we still got some very smart specialists here on IMDb that still didn't get it. Folks, the VG in brackets next to the title means Video Game... 9 out of 12 people wrote a comment on the movie, my my... How could anyone take you serious when you don't even get the easiest things? Besides that, why do you all complain about it? Did you really expect an intelligent plot and acting on its highest level? Well, if you did, I don't know what to say... Back to the game, it is nothing outstanding in the action adventure genre but it's still fun to play 'cause Van Helsing is, similar to Dante in Devil May Cry, very fast and agile and the weapons are o.k., too. But the hard mode really lives up to its name, I haven't completed it yet, but I keep on trying. It has a high replay value and there's enough action to never make you bored. So, fellas, next time look carefully what you're posting for.

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