NDS Review - 'Vampire Moon: The Mystery of the Hidden Sun'
4 February 2011
Summary: When an inexplicable, ongoing solar eclipse plagues Transylvania, it is up to news reporter Emily Davis to solve the dark mystery. As researchers and other civilians begin to disappear, you must uncover hundreds of skillfully hidden objects and decipher the clues behind the eclipse.
Vampire Moon: The Mystery of the Hidden Sun (DS) Review
4 January 2011
Summary: Vampire Moon is not meant to be a great game – it’s a budget title for casual gamers. But even with that understanding, it’s hard to say Vampire Moon is even a game worth playing. Finding hidden objects might interest some people, but when that’s pretty much all you’re doing the gameplay gets old and towards the end becomes a test of endurance for bad gaming.
Excerpt: City Interactive has released Vampire Moon and Crime Lab on the same day and with a very similar premise. While the latter used interesting mini-games related to crime scenes, Vampire Moon is a one-trick pony. All you do is read text, search for items, and solve a few puzzles.