I Dracula: Origin avslöjas den mörka hemligheten bakom Draculas förbannelse. Dracula, den en gång så ivrige försvararen av kristendomen, förlorar sin gudstro när han överges av sin enda sanna kärlek då hon gifter sig. Dracula ingår då en pakt med mörkrets makter och blir vampyr.
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Utgivningsdatum: 20 maj, 2008

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I Dracula: Origin avslöjas den mörka hemligheten bakom Draculas förbannelse. Dracula, den en gång så ivrige försvararen av kristendomen, förlorar sin gudstro när han överges av sin enda sanna kärlek då hon gifter sig. Dracula ingår då en pakt med mörkrets makter och blir vampyr. Efter en tid får Dracula höra att det finns ett dokument som påstås beskriva en rit som kan rädda fördömda själar och hämta tillbaka dem från andra sidan.
I Dracula: Origin tar du på dig rollen som den berömde professor Van Helsing, vars livsmål är att förinta Dracula. Van Helsing måste stoppa vampyren från att hitta manuskriptet. Det här är ett händelserikt äventyr som tar dig från London till Egypten, via Österrike och Karpaterna rakt in i den mörka furstens fasansfulla hem.
Funktioner:
  • En fantastisk, gotisk och romantisk atmosfär som är trogen Bram Stokers ursprungsmiljö och ger total inlevelse i äventyret.
  • En skoningslös jakt genom flera länder hack i häl på skräcklitteraturens mest skrämmande figur.
  • Enastående grafik som förenar 2D-miljöer och 3D-figurer med utmärkta scenarier som bakgrund.
  • Samverka med fler än 40 figurer. Använd och kombinera över 150 föremål ur vampyrernas värld (påle, staty, vitlök, spegel med mera).
  • Hjälpsystem som visar de interaktiva möjligheterna (föremål och åtgärder).

Systemkrav

    Minimikrav:
    • Operativsystem: WINDOWS XP SP2/VISTA
    • Processor: PENTIUM 4 1,5 GHZ/ATHLON XP 1500+
    • Minne: 512 MB RAM-minne
    • Grafik: 64 MB DIRECTX 9-kompatibelt grafikkort
    • DirectX-version: DirectX 9.0c eller högre
    • Ljud: DIRECTX 9-kompatibelt ljudkort
    • Hårddisk: 3 GB ledigt hårddiskutrymme
    Rekommenderas:
    • Operativsystem: WINDOWS XP SP2/VISTA 32
    • Processor: PENTIUM 4 3,0 GHZ/ATHLON XP 3000+
    • Minne: 1 GB arbetsminne
    • Grafik: 256 MB DIRECTX 9-kompatibelt grafikkort
    • DirectX-version: DirectX 9.0c eller högre
    • Ljud: DIRECTX 9-kompatibelt ljudkort
    • Hårddisk: 3 GB ledigt hårddiskutrymme
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21.3 hrs
Upplagd: 1 augusti, 2015
I picked up “Dracula: Origin” during a Halloween sale a few years ago, and then a computer crash kept me from playing it. After playing finally playing the game, I’m thinking my (previous) computer tried to save me from doing so.

Do I recommend “Dracula: Origin”? In short, no.
It it’s on sale? Still no.
If it’s on sale, and you have a thing for Dracula/vampires AND point-and-click games? Maybe…

In “Dracula: Origin”, you take on the role of Abraham Van Helsing as he hunts for count Dracula.
It’s a point-and-click adventure game, which of course means that there are a bunch of puzzles to solve. Some of these puzzles are actually fairly clever, making you feel clever as you solve them. Unfortunately, a lot of the puzzles are really stupid, with some of them being nothing but boring pixel hunts. On a few occasions, the items you are pixel hunting are stacked on top of each other, so you have to search each area twice. Not fun. Also, most of the items blend in with the background, making them almost impossible to see…

On a similar note, the choice of camera angles are almost universally poor, making navigation of the areas you play in clumsier that it should be. Also, whenever Van Helsing enters a scene, there’s roughly a 50/50 chance that he will be placed in such a way that he blocks something important from view.

Speaking of said background; it looks really good. The graphics are nicely done and atmospheric.
The same can’t be said for the character models, which are poorly animated and look more 1998 than 2008. This is a bit odd, considering that there are at most 4 models on the screen at a time, and most of the time only one. Really, with so few characters and animations, they should’ve been a lot better.
Finally, once the animator(s?) realized that they couldn’t animate Van Helsing’s coat properly, maybe they should’ve given him a jacket instead.

Voice acting ranges from almost decent to downright atrocious. Unfortunately, one of the weakest links is the main character, which we get to hear a lot. In the defense of the voice actor playing Van Helsing, even a good actor couldn’t have done anything with the lines of dialogue/monologue he was given. There’s some really hilarious stuff thrown in there.
The music is fairly good, perhaps with a nod towards Kilar’s work for the 1992 movie “Bram Stoker’s Dracula”

I did actually get some enjoyment from playing “Dracula: Origin”, but I think that is mainly my vampire/Dracula fetish rearing its ugly head.
Hjälpsam? Ja Nej Rolig
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21.3 timmar totalt
Upplagd: 1 augusti, 2015
I picked up “Dracula: Origin” during a Halloween sale a few years ago, and then a computer crash kept me from playing it. After playing finally playing the game, I’m thinking my (previous) computer tried to save me from doing so.

Do I recommend “Dracula: Origin”? In short, no.
It it’s on sale? Still no.
If it’s on sale, and you have a thing for Dracula/vampires AND point-and-click games? Maybe…

In “Dracula: Origin”, you take on the role of Abraham Van Helsing as he hunts for count Dracula.
It’s a point-and-click adventure game, which of course means that there are a bunch of puzzles to solve. Some of these puzzles are actually fairly clever, making you feel clever as you solve them. Unfortunately, a lot of the puzzles are really stupid, with some of them being nothing but boring pixel hunts. On a few occasions, the items you are pixel hunting are stacked on top of each other, so you have to search each area twice. Not fun. Also, most of the items blend in with the background, making them almost impossible to see…

On a similar note, the choice of camera angles are almost universally poor, making navigation of the areas you play in clumsier that it should be. Also, whenever Van Helsing enters a scene, there’s roughly a 50/50 chance that he will be placed in such a way that he blocks something important from view.

Speaking of said background; it looks really good. The graphics are nicely done and atmospheric.
The same can’t be said for the character models, which are poorly animated and look more 1998 than 2008. This is a bit odd, considering that there are at most 4 models on the screen at a time, and most of the time only one. Really, with so few characters and animations, they should’ve been a lot better.
Finally, once the animator(s?) realized that they couldn’t animate Van Helsing’s coat properly, maybe they should’ve given him a jacket instead.

Voice acting ranges from almost decent to downright atrocious. Unfortunately, one of the weakest links is the main character, which we get to hear a lot. In the defense of the voice actor playing Van Helsing, even a good actor couldn’t have done anything with the lines of dialogue/monologue he was given. There’s some really hilarious stuff thrown in there.
The music is fairly good, perhaps with a nod towards Kilar’s work for the 1992 movie “Bram Stoker’s Dracula”

I did actually get some enjoyment from playing “Dracula: Origin”, but I think that is mainly my vampire/Dracula fetish rearing its ugly head.
Var denna recension hjälpsam? Ja Nej Rolig