Dracula 3: Path of the Dragon
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"both logical and accessible, and with its interesting approach to vampire lore and deftly crafted storyline, Dracula 3: The Path of the Dragon is worth picking up." - AdventureGamers.com
"If code breaking, chemistry, and arcane rituals are your ultimate brain-melt fondue, though, bare your neck for Dracula 3." - IGN.com
September 1920, the Vatican appoints Father Arno Moriani, the "Devil's Advocate", to investigate a potential candidate for sainthood in Transylvania.
But in the shadows of the disturbing ruins that were once Vlad the Impaler's castle, his investigation takes an unexpected turn...
There is obviously no such thing as vampires... at least according to the official line of the Catholic Church. But how can you be so sure, standing in the swirling mists of Transylvania?
Carry out your inquiry amidst tales of bloody deeds and ancestral legends. Will you survive before fear takes over?
A new story faithful to the Bram Stroker universe! A nail-biting investigation that blurs the line between myth and reality!
Decipher mysterious manuscripts, rune stones and ancient prophecies dating back to man's origin!
- Picturesque graphics and intense cutscenes engulf you in a dark and gripping adventure.
Not Bad!Plasros | June 22, 2013 | See all Plasros's reviews »
The game seldom wows you in anyone manner, and also the pace will drag now and then in dry material, however overall it’s each logical and accessible, and with its attention-grabbing approach to evil spirit traditional knowledge and dexterously crafted plot, Dracula 3: the trail of the Dragon is price finding out. In terms of presentation sweet, tho' story-wise superficial sort of a meek afterthought. If you’re a inflexible fan of vampires we’d perceive if you’d provides it a go, however otherwise you’d move to stay your hands off it.
Bit like siberia, but with a scarier atmosphererasitha_raw | Aug. 31, 2011 | See all rasitha_raw's reviews »
This game reminds me a lot about siberia, it has the same type of atmosphere, but a lot scarier. the story is a bit confusing at times but delivers in the end. The puzzle element is where it really shines though. Its quite hard, but sometimes it feels quite unintuitive. Graphics, music are all average but for the price its not too bad. If you are fan of the Dracula universe and specially if you see this game at a discount you might want to check it out.
One of the best of its kindrobertification | April 9, 2011 | See all robertification's reviews »
This is one of the best point and click game of its kind.
You try to figure out an ancient mystery in a far village somewhere in Transylvania. The game even has some "frightening" moments, and the puzzles are anything but easy. The puzzles are quite hard and even I have to admit I sometimes looked up on the internet what I had to do.
Nonetheless it was a very fun game, nice graphics and a well thought storyline. Definitely buy.