Game Vortex writes: "Hidden-object games, what I like to call "seek-and-find" style games, seem like a natural fit for the iPad. They've done well on PC, where displaying realistic photo collages has only become easier with cheaper video memory and more powerful processors. We've played a few of these on portable platforms and haven't been impressed. The lack of high-definition graphics typically means you end up scouring the scene for a given object, or that the things being hidden have to be large and horsey. Granted, the interaction with a stylus on something like the DS was better than clicking with a mouse, so you can imagine that being able to touch the screen for your selection is even better. Problem is, the quality of graphics being rendered in Vampire Saga: Pandora's Box is only okay. We've seen much crisper images and design work on the iPad. Some scenes are better executed than others, but the overall impression given is average."