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Submitted by Cyrus365 2554d ago | review

ACG: A Vampyre Story Review

ACG writes: "Once upon a time, a young talented French opera singer named Mona De Lafitte has been kidnapped. Her abductor is none other than the vampiric Baron Shrowdy Von Kiefer, ruler of Castle Warg from the demonical land of Draxsylvania. Turning Mona into a vampire herself, then imprisoning her in a castle far away from her beloved city and trying to force her to marry him, the baron has turned the poor girl's life and dream into a nightmare. The only creature that has brought a ray of light and hope to Mona's dreary predicament is the mischievous bat named Froderick, with whom she has befriended after rescuing him from a brutal brawl. Being imprisoned inside the castle for an entire year, Mona and Froderick have sought for any opportunity for Mona to escape. The opportunity finally presents itself the day when a certain "staking" incident befalls Shrowdy while he is hunting for blood… " (A Vampyre Story, PC) 4/5

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