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Submitted by BIoodmask 2447d ago | review

TPCG: A Vampyre Story Review

This has been underpinned with a strong and inspired adventure game, every bit as well designed as the point-and-click adventures of old. Puzzles are clever and often quite devious: clues lie in the dialogue and solutions in combining items and other classic point-and-click devices.

It's a charming, retro yet very modern update of the point-and-click genre and a game every Monkey Island fan should acquaint themselves with. (A Vampyre Story, PC) 8/10

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