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"When you have such a wonderfully creepy license to work with, the finished product should have been a lot more fun. This simply feels like every other movie game, where they rush a product out with the obvious goal of mo' money in mind and it suffers tremendously as a result. I would suggest forgetting this conversation ever took place."
"I briefly played the SNES version of the game for comparison, and I have to say that, despite its faults, I like this version of Dracula much better. The CG backgrounds interplay well enough to avoid being a gimmick, the challenge is high without being impossible, and it's a pretty sharp-looking title. The rendered backgrounds come at a price though, as this is an unusually limiting platformer. If you're expecting to leap up and around at a respectable pace, you'll be disappointed. If you can handle creeping ahead slowly and perfecting your timing to defeat pattern-based attackers, there are certainly worse ways to spend seven levels."
"It looks like Bram Stoker's Dracula had some good ideas going into it. Pre-rendered 3D graphics, CD sound, clips from the film, and digitalized actors. But the execution just went terribly wrong. What's more, the ending is about as anti-climactic as you can get. It lasts no more then ten seconds, then the credits roll, and it says "The End."