Dracula 2: The Last Sanctuary - PC

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Dracula 2: The Last Sanctuary (PC)
Also for: PlayStation
Viewed: 2.5D First-person Genre:
Adventure: Point and Click
Media: CD Arcade origin:No
Developer: DreamCatcher
Publishers: Microids (GB)
Released: 13 Jul 2001 (GB)
Ratings: 15+
No Accessories: No Accessories


The original Dracula, although not a fast-paced game, was surprisingly involving and highly atmospheric. And because much of the success of the game was based upon these qualities, the sequel, Dracula 2: The Last Sanctuary remains very similar.

When Jonathan gets caught up in a terrifying situation that threatens his wife, he embarks on an adventure to rescue his soul mate and prevent Dracula from regaining his empire of terror. But beware, Dracula is not the only creature lurking the streets of London.

Developed for PC, The Last Sanctuary is superior to its PlayStation counterpart in many ways. The graphics, although pre-rendered, are of a high quality and mouse control is ideal for a game of this type. The 360-degree vision remains intact for the sequel, and gives a surprising feel of realism. Clicking your way from one screen to the next can sometimes be a little frustrating, but now knowing what lies ahead is part of the mystery.

In terms of gameplay, most of the quest will see the player uncovering clues and items before using them in the appropriate places. After all, it is a mystery game.

The Last Sanctuary boasts a variety of vampires, four unique playing areas, 25 hours of play, plenty of interaction and lots of intriguing dialogue. There is little else that can make this game better.