TouchGen writes: "Dead people, finally some dead people. I thought the first part in the trilogy Dracula: Path of The Dragon was a bit slow, and lacked both puzzles and scary parts. Now about a month and a half after the first part we get the second. It offers more content, and above all some scary moments. We get to continue as Father Moriani on his quest to find out more about a woman to be canonized as a saint. He is hot on the trail of Path of The Dragon, and is getting to know about vampires in the flesh."