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Submitted by Skywalker333 2325d ago | review

GameOver: A Vampyre Story Review

GameOver writes:

An enjoyable adventure by artists of the Curse of the Monkey Island.

For many years, we hear very often that the adventure gaming genre is now dead. And it was reasonable for many people to reach this view, since, even the old empires of the genre (LucasArts & Sierra) left the area with little tiny steps, based on the standards of modern times and the world's thirst for impressive 3D action and FPS games. But if indeed the genre is dead, it is possible to see at least 30-35 new releases every year?

"A Vampyre Story" is finally here and proudly declares: "Adventure games aren't dead. They are UNDEAD!". (A Vampyre Story, Culture, PC) 8.5/10

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