For better or worse, the allure of vampires has not yet loosened its grasp on our collective imagination, as is quite recently evidenced in the release of Kheops' "Dracula 3: Path of the Dragon." This title offers no surprises for the familiar with the genre. While there glimmers of solid writing here and there, the game is likely to leave all but diehard fans of the genre or series underwhelmed.
You are Father Arno Moriani, who has been called to Vladoviste, Romania to investigate whether or not a local by the name of Dr. Martha Calugarul should be canonized as a saint for her selfless devotion to those in need. The investigation takes some twists and turns, eventually leading you away from Calugarul and into the darker recesses of vampirism. What began as an attempt to determine Calugarul's worthiness for sainthood becomes a myth-busting mission to put an end to what the church sees as superstitious belief in vampires.