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Brides of Dracula

Brides of Dracula (AMIGA) game cover art
Platform: Amiga
Genre: Action
Developer: Toast Dept.

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??/??/1992

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Staff Reviews

Brides of Dracula review

Reviewed October 31, 2006

Sho says: "Whether he’s being portrayed by Christopher Lee or George Hamilton, one simple fact remains the same: Count Dracula is history’s greatest pimp. Sadly, most games are so fixated on silly things like drinking blood or getting whipped by men in leather that they overlook our hero’s slick sophistication, excellent dancing skills, and long, hard . . . fangs. Fortunately Brides of Dracula corrects this grievous error by not only letting you play as crotchety Dr. Van Helsing, but also the Bodacious Bloodsucker himself as he prowls Transylvania looking to pick up chicks."
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