Reviews for Dracula 2: The Last Sanctuary
Very fun!Cmf97351 | Aug. 27, 2013 | See all Cmf97351's reviews »
Not the greatest graphics but this has a great storyline and is a great representation of the book. Would recommend this game besides its minor problems.
Average gamebritishlad | July 14, 2013 | See all britishlad's reviews »
Dracula: The Last Sanctuary is naturally quite reminiscent of Dracula Resurrection, with a connection so tight that the second begins with an ending cutscene from the first. Some later settings also look identical to those in the initial effort, and once again you play the role of Jonathan Harker trying to save his love Mina from Dracula. But Dreamcatcher has clearly listened to user feedback: this second release takes a lot more time to finish than its overly short predecessor, and it has more places to explore than just the three settings in the first. Moreover, unlike the original where you hardly interacted with Dracula at all (he just lurked menacingly in the background), in this sequel the best known vampire of all time is now more directly at center stage from beginning to end. This game is average and very dated (poor graphics) I can only recommended the game if you are a fan of the series to be honest
Good funBolo | July 11, 2013 | See all Bolo's reviews »
This is a sequel to the first game. The history is based on Bram Stoker's Dracula, a 1992's Francis Frod Coppolla movie. The history is interesting, and is full of enigmas to solve, as you find objects and documents. There are some things stupid also, like Lord Dracul let you in a cell, were you can find explosies and a detonator, but in all, the game is very intelligent and some obstacles are hard to pass. Walk thorugh libraries, offices, sewers, quarries, casttles, gardens and houses, in a dense terror atmosfere. Good fun