Dracula: The Path of the Dragon - Director's Cut
Voices and text in English.
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 sch 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 investigation amidst tales of bloody deeds and ancestral fears. Doubts start clouding your mind and doubt begets fear...
• A nail-biting investigation on the dividing line between myth and reality, folklore and history, medecine and superstition.
• Thwart the shady schemes of the occult forces, using only your wits and logic.
• Compare, deduce, and solve the riddles barring your way and hindering your investigation or use the mouse to draw cursed symbols written in letters of fire!
• Compare and decipher mysterious papers, old tables, manuscripts, engravings, precious vases, rune stones, ancient prophecies dating back to the origins of mankind and get to grips whith the most modern encryption process known in 1920 : the famous Enigma machine!
• Interact and communicate whith the many colourful characters in the adventure, either face-to-face, by post or the era's ultra-modern means of communication: the telephone.
• Set off on your adventure from Rome to Transylvania, Budapest to Turkey, venturing as far as the ancient cave prisons from which Vlad Tepes allegedly escaped.
• Mouth-watering graphics, cutscenes and special effects, guaranteeing a dark and engrossing gaming experience.
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AMAZING! - At first i was a little skeptical about it because the pictures don't look that interesting and I am not really into vampires. But as soon as i started i had an amazing time!!! I never wanted to stop and 11 1/2 hours later i finally finished!! The graphics are freaking amazing! The story is original and very clever. Towards the end i found myself unable to do it without walkthroughs though. I had so much fun playing his game and i was very creepy at some parts! I HIGHLY recomend it!
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Really fun — make sure you save! - Really fun game. I had been looking for some great point/click adventure games for awhile, and this one was AMAZING. The story line is super fun, and it gets your brain thinking. I did find it a bit hard to finish without walkthroughs towards the end, as the puzzles are definitely upper level and quite difficult at times, but overall I really loved it and wish I could find another one like it! ONE TIP: I would just suggest that you SAVE SAVE SAVE. It doens’t automatically do that for you, and there are a couple instances (glitches) where an object you need will dissappear from your inventory, or the screen won’t have a “next” button which both ultimately freeze you in that moment in time, and without the ability to load an earlier version you can’t move on. I found myself saving before almost every decision, at the end of the days, and before and after each puzzle — after learning the hard way when about 2/3rds of the way through the game, I had to start the entire thing over. Would highly recommend it though!
Slow start, meandering plot - I've come to expect a lot from Microïds point-and-click adventure games. This installment of the Dracula saga fell well short of the mark. The story took a lot of time to get going. And once it did, I spent a lot of time wandering back and forth through the same dreary scenes to pick up one item or another. Some of the puzzles are more tedious than fun. Some were so difficult that I often had to refer to walkthroughs. The finale does pack a punch. But it's a long time coming.