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Submitted by skynidas 2283d ago | review

AVault: A Vampyre Story Review

AVault writes: "I had high hopes for A Vampyre Story. The first hour or so made me think that I had finally found a point-and-click game that didn't take itself too seriously and had a great balance of attractive graphics, engaging sense of humor and gameplay that was just challenging enough that I didn't want to throw my mouse at the screen. Unfortunately, the game's mind-numbingly slow pace and tedious gameplay mechanics turned a colorful, entertaining adventure into a boring, soulless affair. But I still have hope: somewhere out there, someone is crafting the perfect adventure game. Hopefully they'll finish it before the fans stop caring and move on". (A Vampyre Story, PC) -

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