From the makers of The True History of Kisilova comes another bloodcurdling tale ripped from the pages of history. This time, the horrifying legend of Elizabeth Bathory is yours to discover! You're a gifted finder of lost things, and a wealthy lord has enlisted your help in recovering his daughter, who never returned from the Countess' mansion. Can you find her before she succumbs to the horrors that will go down forever in history? This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won't find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector's Edition includes:
Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by LogieBaby from At last: a vampire story with teeth!! Demo, 5 so you'll read this I had purchased Punch the 1st Vampire Legends and uninstalled it after one month. I really loved the look of the game the graphics were fantastic. The mini games and HOS were great. I really enjoyed it and will end up playing it again in the future. Note: if you can't find her wagon to mix potions in at the beginning of the game The demo ends when the detective finds Elizabeth and the kidnapped women and an old hag tells us in essence there is the devil to pay. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by scamp69 from Day early, played Casual, 77 min. A true historical story used in a game. There is much travelling from location to location, a jump map is included but I found the map to be a bit of a distraction. This made it a longer game which makes you think you got your moneys worth. Date published:
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I generally shun vampire games for the simple reason Restaurant Rush the vamps in PC games are usually not allowed to do that which is their wont, drinking blood. Silhouettes are used and some of these HOs involved finding thematic items involving time, music, etc. The downside is that in a lot of ways, the game feels very rough around the edges. It's not game breaking, it's just weird and honestly, the game probably could have used a bit more polish. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Yaelle from Love It!!! Today I played awhile Art of Murder: Hunt for the Puppeteer lunch, got tired so I took a nap, and then came back to finally complete it just before Youda Sushi Chef 2 dinner Both the HOs and MGs are interesting, challenging but feasible even without a guide or walkthrough. I really enjoyed it and will end up playing it again in the future. A wonderful spooky game without all the ugly broken furnishings or empty rooms full of bugs. This made it a longer game which makes you think you got your moneys worth. Don't allow anyone to discourage you from playing this really good game--especially yourself. This wagon can be accessed anytime, just click on the wagon icon to the right of the inventory bar. Once the herbs are harvested, they will be stored in the herbarium, awaiting use in different potion recipes you come across. Corpses pile up left and right, literal bathtubs of blood are found I spent a very enjoyable rainy day with it, and loved every minute.
I spent a very enjoyable rainy day with it, and loved every minute. The only con I have with the game is that I had to run around a little bit. All in all? I hope the remainder of the game is as bloodcurdling as BFG's promo indicates. With that she brings another dimension to the standard hidden object game play. The story line is still gripping from the outset. Once you use your psychic powers, a jumbled up picture will be revealed and you must slide sections of the puzzle left and right until the picture is complete allowing your vision to come to life. Developers have done a tremendous job with improvements to this one. I was sad when I was done. Happy Vampire hunting, enjoy! Vampire Legends: The Untold Story of Elizabeth Bathory was not packed with fancy features and unique bonuses; still, we were thoroughly entertained playing the game. I liked that the HO segments were not the standard list variety. The graphics were pretty good as well. It has great graphics, several hours of playtime, high level of interactive scenes and sequences!
The graphics and scenes were great. The mini games and HOS were great. Vampire Legends: The Untold Story of Elizabeth Bathory was not packed with fancy features but still, I was The Others entertained playing the game. Just overall I am impressed with the game Aztec Venture I am kicking myself for not buying the collectors edition since I would have loved a bonus chapter. I spent a very enjoyable rainy day with it, and loved every minute. I wont say anymore other than great story, great graphics and voice overs, and a lovley soundtrack. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mjromano69 from Well worth the time to play this game! The interactive map helped a lot in figuring out where to go next. Is it some sort of PC game censorship that prevents our seeing what is natural and necessary for vampires? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pcpat from Boil and bubble, toil and trouble I'm sure some players may have been put off with the tarot cards and brewing potions, however, when you dealing with the evil that the Countess has unleashed, you, the player are more than happy to find the ingredients and get those potions ready pronto! The psychic vision part did get tedious with the repetitious "put the picture together" puzzle that you are presented with each time the Gypsy "Finder" has one, Lost Artifacts Collectors Edition overall the assortment of HOS and puzzles was a good mix and not all that difficult to figure out. I loved it.
Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Kimmycoo from Really Long Game For a standard edition, this was one long game and I loved that! Bravo O2D Studios! Other than thes extras to the game you have the standard puzzles you have to solve and 3 different types of of hidden object puzzle. BUT since they seemed to be gone Apart from the hand-drawn interactive map, custom difficulty mode and a diary — the game contained two other slightly innovative features. With that she brings another dimension to the standard hidden object game play. We meet some folks along the way, a monk and an innkeeper during the demo, and we are tasked with procuring items beneficial to these people. Vampire Legends 2 is based on a true story, obviously the story of Elizabeth Bathory, one of the world's vilest serial killers with a vampire-like character. Note: if you can't find her wagon to mix potions in at the beginning of the game This is how you make a fun, interesting and entertaining game. The mini games are easy, besides the puzzles in your psychic readings, there are recipe mini games where you simply follow the instructions to make the potion, and well known games of guiding the gold button to the red buttons location making sure you pass each button shown. I also liked that I didn't have to fix every inventory item in order to use it, and most locations gave you more than just one item towards what you'd be needing to continue the game play. The Vampire Legends version of her story is suspenseful, bloody but not gory, and injects a plot twist that carries the storytelling and game play along very nicely. The graphics here are beautifully detailed and full of color. She has to gather seeds to grow her herbs and use these and other items she finds along the way to create potions from her book of recipes which she dose from her caravan.I really loved the look of the game the graphics were fantastic. Psychic Powers to reveal hidden spots and a potion-mixing wagon. Inside the wagon is your herb garden which will need replenished with seeds that you will find during your investigation. A lot of the visuals look grainy, the interface can be clunky and sluggish, and it's also glitchy in a strange way I generally shun vampire games for the simple reason that the vamps in PC games are usually not allowed to do that which is their wont, drinking blood. I have yet to check out others in the same series, but maybe next time our Gypsy "Finder" could have an animal "familiar" as a helper! The mini-games are not too hard but not too easy and the bonus chapter is a must play! This game went off the rails with it, but that's what made it so fun. It might be because the flow of the game was so smooth that we barely noticed the time passing by. The psychic vision part did get tedious with the repetitious "put the picture together" puzzle that you are presented with each time the Gypsy "Finder" has one, but overall the assortment of HOS and puzzles was a good mix and not all that difficult to figure out. Although loosely based upon the exploits of Elizabeth Bathory she was a serial killer, not a vampire Have fun with this one! I'm a history buff, and have read much on Elizabeth Bathory.