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Submitted by Shmammy 2312d ago | review

WorthPlaying Review: A Vampyre Story

WorthPlaying writes: "During the heyday of PC adventure gaming, LucasArts was one of the premier names in the business. Many adventures today are often compared to the benchmarks made by titles such as Sam & Max or Full Throttle, which had leapt out from the wild imaginations of Sean Clark, Noah Falstein, Steve Purcell and Michael Stemmle, among countless others. Although the genre has continued to maintain a strong following today in regions such as Europe, when the focus of the company and the market in North America began to shift away from adventures, many felt that it was the end of an era." (A Vampyre Story, PC) 6/10

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