I can't stress that strongly enough. It's an attempt to make an utterly serious stealth game about a sexy lady killing Nazis who are in no way vampires. Here, just take a look at the screenshots.
I'm sure this Nazi is just using that extra-long collar to keep himself warm, and not block out the burning rays of the sun.
And while this picture might suggest that a vampire Nazi's internal body temperature is so low that his breath condensates the moment it hits the air, that's not the case. He's just smoking.
Why wouldn't this guy be a little pale? He's stationed in a crypt, after all! Wait—Crypt?
Oh, I'm sure that's nothing. It's totally normal for soldiers to be jealously protecting ancient stone coffins, right?
Although that really does seem like a lot of manpower for guarding something that's already dead. You know what? Maybe we should get out of the underground levels for a little while.
There are plenty of non-vampire-related reasons why his skin is the exact same colour as the white door behind him, I just can't think of any at the moment. And the fact that if that lady didn't have a pink face you might think the image was in black and white? Also normal.
Perhaps I'm overreacting. Could they all belong to some sort of super-secret Albino Korps? Perhaps this is all my fault, I mean, we haven't seen them in really good light yet, have we?
Is this why the Nazis wore grey uniforms? So that, along with their ash-grey skin they could blend in with urban sprawl and age-bleached fences?
Okay, I found a sniper rifle. Let's finally get a good look at these guys close up. They can't be that vampire-y, can they?
Okay, I stand corrected. But despite all the visual evidence to the contrary, I want to make it abundantly clear that Velvet Assassin is not a game about killing Nazi vampires. To prove my point, here's a picture from Operation Darkness, a game that actually IS about killing Nazi vampires. I think you'll see that the last officer and this guy bear little to no—