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A Vampyre Story (PC) Review

Posted on Sunday, December 07 2008 @ 17:55:27 CET by


It has to be said though that perhaps the biggest obstacle in A Vampyre Story’s path though is that it just isn’t fast-paced enough to really make an impact on a player – which is also part of the reason why the adventure game genre is in decline.

Don’t get us wrong on this; we love adventure games totally and utterly and have even had a bash at making our own in AGS, but even we find ourselves getting easily bored and fidgety when playing adventure games these days, though there are exceptions.

Unfortunately though, A Vampyre Story isn’t one of those exceptions and the combination of grating, whiny voice acting for the main characters as well as a somewhat tedious pace means that the game isn’t going to suit the mass market. If you’re a fan of classic adventure games and fancy some nostalgia, or if you never abandoned the genre in the first place, then A Vampyre Story will do you right – but otherwise don’t expect it to blow your socks off.




Link: Bit Tech

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