Vampire Legends: The Count of New Orleans Collector's Edition
You always wanted to visit New Orleans, and now you've finally made it! Walking through the French Quarter, you take a photo of a house that belonged to the infamous Carter brothers, who were recently executed for a string of murders. But the photo reveals more than you bargained for – the ghostly silhouette of two men. As you start to investigate the history of these bloody brothers, you begin to realize that they may be more dangerous dead than alive... and they aren't the only things lurking in the shadows. Are there really vampires in New Orleans? And how are the Carters connected to them? Find out before you become a midnight snack in this chilling Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!
March 27, 2016
Organic 2 Digital
3 Difficulties + Custom Mode
Hidden Objects Vs. Match 3
Exclusive Bonus Chapter
Integrated Strategy Guide
Wallpapers & Screensavers
Achievements & Collectibles
Are you ready for another Vampire Legends? This new installment is based on the true story of the Carter Brothers, a pair of serial murderers that haunted New Orleans in the 1930s. As a paranormal investigator, you visited New Orleans and witnessed with your own eyes, the ghost of this monstrous sibling. Are there really vampires in New Orleans, are the Carter Brothers back for their bloodthirsty revenge?
The strongest aspect of Vampire Legends: The Count of New Orleans is undoubtedly its storyline. The Count of New Orleans delivers such solid storyline that is both suspenseful and creepy, and the fact that it is based on a true story makes it even better – this game just feels different from what we have been offered with lately. The game progresses as you meet new characters, and although we thought some of dialogs were a little awkward, the characters were interesting nonetheless.
Vampire Legends: The Count of New Orleans also has quite a solid production. The graphics might not be the best in the industry, but they are realistic, sharp and reflect on the eerie mood of the game well. The scenes in the game can look somewhat bland, as there are not that many details and things to look at in each. Moreover, the soundtracks in the game are mainly piano ballads, all of which are really pleasant.
In addition, Vampire Legends: The Count of New Orleans is professionally crafted. Regardless, the game could have benefited from a more challenging gameplay and some more creative ideas. As for now, the adventure portion of the game is predictable, the hidden object scenes are just fine and the puzzles are mostly easy. The game also comes with a Camera and a Dark Room, in which you can use to take and develop photos – a smart and relevant tool.
It was a blast to play Vampire Legends: The Count of New Orleans and it took us over four and a half hours to complete the game, plus another hour for the equally-captivating bonus chapter. The Collector’s Edition also includes a strategy guide, achievements, collectibles, wallpapers, screensavers and soundtracks.
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