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Vampire Secrets: Eternal Love

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(221.22 MB)

$ 9.99 USD

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Embark on a mysterious journey taking you from London to the heart of Transylvania and investigate a series of nocturnal kidnappings bringing unrest to Eastern Europe. It's up to you to face these troubled times in search of your younger sister, Maria. Your investigation will lead you to Bran Castle, a place steeped in the myth of Count Dracula. Immerse yourself in an ancient vampire society in Vampire Secrets: Eternal Love!

  • Beautifully detailed artistic scenes
  • Concepts from an authentic Transylvanian studio
  • Engrossing gameplay with captivating atmosphere
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.4 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 785 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Vampire Secrets: Eternal Love 1.6 5 73 73
Not impressed Before I started the game I altered the settings to make the picture sharper, then it was better,some of the reviews said the picture wasn't good, but when I altered it, it was OK. I didn't play much of the game, I like HOS, but for me there was to many, I prefer a game with allot of story behind it, I started at the cottage, then moved onto the castle, as soon as I got there, another HOS, and that's where I stopped, others might like the game, but it wasn't for me, JMO obviously April 25, 2014
Okay, This Is ... Different BASED ON COMPLETED DEMO Actually the graphics quality is perfectly fine, I have reviewed two big name games (one a new release) just this week with worse graphics, and this game gives you options for adjusting graphics to suit yourself. I managed to get a mix I could live with. The problem is the style is seriously dated photo realism. Also, the artists can?t draw faces to save their lives. Having said that, this is an extremely odd little game in other ways. And once again, not a HOPA but a HO game. Let?s walk it through. I really liked the opening cutscenes, which told the story of Vlad Tepes, the real life historical figure some allege to have been a vampire. Concept art-style sketching is done for this and I think it looks great. The story is set 500 years later, when presumably Vlad comes back looking for his long dead wife. The main menu offers three slider options to adjust the graphics: quality, brightness and sharpness. I found lowering the sharpness eased the brittle quality a bit. As I said, photo realism. In bright, light, pleasant rooms. Not exactly candy for the eyes, but not sand paper either. Now the game play, which is what kept me going to the end of the demo. Trying to work it out. ?We? appear to be a young peasant girl (with an appalling voiceover) getting ready for work at the castle. The room we find ourselves in is the HOs. We have a list of named items, followed immediately by a list of silhouettes, all for the same scene. As well, items in blue trigger mini-games within the scene. I played a ?hit the hammer at the right moment? one, identify shoes by shape, restock the shelves with books, and a HOs within the first. And one of those great mirror pieces ones where the image changes when you move the piece. They did a very good job at that. We have some extra resources in this one. We can zoom in, pan around, and see a mini-map to show us where we are in the scene. The HOs are tricky, because they are very well hidden, nothing to do with the graphics. The puzzles are easy. As soon as this scene is complete, we are magically transported to the next, where the same procedure is followed. There is a hint that the gameplay may increase in complexity and difficulty as we play. The screenshots flashed at the end of the demo (which took me 35 mins for two completed locations) suggest the colour and brightness continue throughout the game. Giving this game two stars is generous, I certainly can?t recommend it, but I hope the developers will keep trying. They have made something different here, and in a world swamped with cookie cutter HOPAs, that?s worth something. April 16, 2013
Flatter than flat What have they done? Such a great story, well researched and then they goof it up with paper dolls that woosh in and cartoon bats. I've never seen anything so uninspired in all my life and hope I never do again. Looks like the developers of this game had a great idea but couldn't execute it due to lack of funds. They'd better waited, because this game could have been a great one. May 1, 2013
Annoying at best ( but the artwork was good ) I stuck it out for a little over an hour. Annoying jumping journal, the hint shot out a flame which zigzagged across the screen, and while you were in the middle of an HOS it would jump you into a minigame. And the dialog . . . and the endless HOS . . . I don't recommend this game unless you like endless HOS April 19, 2013
Not Worth Buying The transitions in this game are very slow. The HOS are very dark and the mini-games pop up in the middle of the HOS and interrupt you. I didn't like the artwork either. I played through the demo thinking maybe it was just a slow start, but sadly that was not the case. April 16, 2013
It could have potential The storyline was just weird. Once in the HOS, I didn't understand why I was going in other areas at first but once in a new area, I was unable to go back to the area I had already started. Also, in the silhouette portion, I used a hint and it took an item that I didn't even see, that's because there were more objects to look but you couldn't see until you found the first objects showing in HOS, then it provided additional items to find. April 16, 2013
With the Majority While I didn't find it awful, I agree the mechanics are clunky; I never did figure out how to use the zoom feature and everything seemed to lag a bit. The artwork is a real mishmash, starting off beautifully (as someone else wrote# and then looking like pixelated cutouts #if that makes sense#. I did like how the HO were hidden in most scenes #tricky) but there were a few junk piles too. The puzzles were just "meh" and I did miss an adventure gameplay. April 16, 2013
Terrible What a Pathetic game played 10 minute and had enough had no idea what i was suppose to do or what was happening deleted it as soon as i could April 16, 2013
Only for Beginners This game is not worth the effort of downloading for a true HO player. April 17, 2013
IS THIS A JOKE? This would have been a perfect April fools game. The profile page looked awesome, it was interactive, spooky, clear graphics and you got to choose from 4 modes of difficulity and you got to adjust the graphics all the way up to super fast computers. But for what? As soon as the cut scene started it looked like I tried my hand at game developing! Someone drew a bunch of horrible pictures and flipped through them to make it move. Then in the first scene a stick figure woman with a squeaky high voice says she can't wait to get to work! I made it to the second scene and quit. April 16, 2013
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