Bram Stoker's Dracula

System: SNES Country: US
Developer: Psygnosis Publisher: Sony Imagesoft
Size: 8 Megabits Save Feature: None
Retail Price: ? Release Date: October, 1993
Number of Players: 1 Genre: 2D Action - Platform
Related Links: Ad Also On: Game Boy, Game Gear,
Sega Master System, Genesis,
NES, Sega CD, PC

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    A familiar story: A company grabs up a hot movie license, and attempts to capitalize on it by spitting out a half-baked game with the famous name slapped on the box, despite the game not having much to do with the movie/TV show/book/whatever. Bram Stoker's Dracula actually seems to borrow more from the Castlevania series than it does the movie, albeit not very well. Players work through a hodgepodge of levels, set in seemingly random 19th century locations, each ending in a boss that may or may not have anything to do with the film. Gameplay is filled with annoyances, from the pathetically short reach of your basic weapon to the bosses that attack in blatantly obvious patterns.

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