When Irish author Bram Stoker invented his mysterious Transsylvanian Count Dracula, he, like his creation, became immortal.
Of course this was exactly his intention, and thus his name has almost become part of our collective memory. Countless adaptions of the Count – be it in the movies, the theater, literature, comic books, sesame street or games, of course – have again and again retold this one singular story, taking place in and around late 19th Century London. Dark, scaring and unbelievable. Or so we think. It's special authentic narrative – a compilation of letters, journal-entries an other transcripts must have literally raised hell back then. No wonder, the Count's existence is not doubted by an great number of people – even today.
Gamers - and of course also fans and followerse of the world's most famous vampire are about to have even more fun – or scare, as it is. Darcula will come to PCs in a nice and scary new point-and-click-adventure in June. We're about to play it soon, and of course will tell you what we think.