Dracula 5 : The Blood Legacy
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Dare you face the Prince of Darkness?
Back at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Ellen Cross finally unveils the Dracula Portrait that she’s brought back from Istanbul.
This highly prized work is unfortunately stolen during its first night in New York. While tracking the thief, Ellen discovers new information about the Shadow of the Dragon—the mysterious brotherhood that the infamous Vlad Tepes might have been affiliated with.
• Unique puzzles to solve
• High Definition graphics and movies
• Original interactive inventory system allowing you to combine and create new items
• Captivating atmospheric sound effects and a spellbinding original soundtrack
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Intruiging at first, but far too short and very poorly made.
I enjoy puzzle games like this, so I wanted to give it a try. Unfortunately there are a bevy of problems plaguing this game which make it unworthy of your hard-earned money:
1) The voice acting is pretty poor. Not terrible, but poor. Sorry, voice actors, but it’s true.
2) The renderings are decent enough, but for a game released in 2014 they are embarassing.
3) The storyline is very, very, very linear. Sure, it’s a puzzle game, but you’re basically locked into a narrative without any actual options. For example, if you pick up the telephone when the game doesn’t want you to pick up the telephone, you’re explicitly told “I don’t need that right now.” This effectively puts you in a position where all you have to do to succeed is click on everything until you’re given an “okay.”
4) The main character of the story, your character, has some disease that requires you (the player of the game) to give her medication. If your character gets a bit too sickly, the screen has a pulsating red hue to it, and the constant low-bass of a heartbeat can be heard. Unfortunately there is no rhyme or reason as to when your character gets a little bit more ill, and you have a very limited supply of seemingly random medications. This all conspires to leave you in a state where you’re out of medication and you’ve got this heartbeat noise giving you a terrible headache.
5) The game is short. Very short. I finished it in about an hour. Hardly worth more than $5, but of course they charge more than that.
6) The puzzles are not particularly difficult. For a puzzle game, I would hope that they’d have a bit more depth and challenge to them. But on the plus side, you get to do a lot of them with a migraine-inducing heartbeat noise going on simultaneously!
In brief, don’t bother with this game. Don’t be like me. Don’t pay money for it. Respect yourself more than that.