Like the guards you must sneak past in this vampire stealth game, it's best to avoid Dark entirely.
26 July 2013
Summary: Can you imagine how deliciously powerful it would feel to be a vampire? Sustaining yourself on the blood of your victims, you could turn to mist and rush through the air, preying on the weak and hunting down the forces that would see the end of you and your kind.
Pros: Levels sometimes allow a satisfying blend of sneaking and neck-biting
Cons: Jaw-droppingly awful AI, Gameplay exploits diminish the need to use vampire powers, Hilariously bad dialogue, A number of clumsy, distracting audiovisual problems
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