In Soul Reaver, players take control of Raziel, a vampire out to destroy his creator, Kain. The sequel takes players back to Raziel's world to continue pursuit, while in Defiance, players get the chance to control both Raziel and Kain.
During an interview with PlayStation Blog in October, director and scriptwriter Amy Hennig revealed that Soul Reaver was originally written as a new intellectual property, but eventually became a sequel to Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain.
All three games are available for Windows only.
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