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Submitted by Lucario 1472d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: Vampire Saga - Welcome to Hell Lock Review

DHGF: Vampire Saga: Welcome to Hell Lock is a one of those games that you have to refer to as a “thumbs in the middle” title because, for every one thing they do really well, they do something else kind of poorly. The story is pretty insipid from beginning to end, except for the initial hook of turning Centralia into a ghost and vampire filled wasteland. The game’s visuals are quite nice and it offers a lot more locations than most budget adventure games. There are some click detection issues in hidden object scenes and with movements between locations, but the game also has some neat gameplay elements, the best of which prevents you from having to do constant backtracking like you do in 99% of adventure games. I’ve definitely played numerous adventure games that I liked better, but for a budget game with a price tag of under ten dollars I can honestly say you’ll at least get your money’s worth out of the latest Vampire Saga title. (PC, Vampire Saga: Welcome to Hell Lock) -

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