An overall pretty good experience. It's actually short enough to keep you entertained for one evening (I saw the ending after 4.5 hours).
The obsolete graphics and the bulky melee controls may dissapoint you at first, but after getting into the game for about 1.5 hours, you'll really begin to enjoy it. Try to save your family from the fangs of the evil Count!
+ Fast game pace and progression
+ Story and concept
+ Enemies (bosses included)
- Some minor bugs (like invisible enemies)
- Some minor illogicalities (like the procedure to save the last two family members)
- Quite short
- The graphics, oh gawd...
Give this game a shot and don't forget to install the widescreen resolution patch
as well. I've seen way worse titles from that era.7/10
By the way, this game includes one of the most badass grandfathers of all times. You have been warned.