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Sinister City Vampire Adventure

 

 

SCORE: 63

 

Sinister City Vampire Adventure 

 

Hidden Object games have become all the craze over at Big Fish. They produce a multitude of them every year on the Personal Computer. G5 Entertainment picks many of these games up, and puts them on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch platforms. Sinister City Vampire Adventure is the most recent port.

As the name implies Sinister City Vampire Adventure is all about vampires. You play John who is hunting down his fiance. He finds out that she was kidnapped by her father. Her father is a vampire and does not want her to marry John. Instead he has picked out a television show producer. So we go on a quest to help John reclaim his bride to be.

Sinister City Vampire Adventure is huge in terms of space. If you have an iOS device with not a lot of space, then expect Sinister City Vampire Adventure to tax it. What is baffling about Sinister City Vampire Adventure is how short it is. Why is so much space needed for this hidden object app? I think the answer lies in the graphics.

The human characters in Sinister City Vampire Adventure look impressively realistic. Which is a two edged sword. The vampires and other monsters are disgusting to look at. There are occult aspects to Sinister City Vampire Adventure as well. This ranges from going to the astral plane to a reference to a seance. The main image for Sinister City Vampire Adventure can be sickening. A woman with fangs that has blood dripping is not the things of nice dreams.

The voice acting in Sinister City Vampire Adventure is decent. The music is moody, and some of the dialogue is laughable. Certain characters in Sinister City Vampire Adventure like to threaten others. Deceit and treachery are a main theme in Sinister City Vampire Adventure. The twist ending was expected, but still disappointing.

Sinister City Vampire Adventure is way too short. There seems to be less screens in Sinister City Vampire Adventure and it is easy to find the hidden objects. The hint button is a help in case you actually can not find something. Sinister City Vampire Adventure is not for children in any way, shape or form.
- Working Man Gamer

 

Graphics: 60%
Sound: 74%
Replay/Extras: 58%
Gameplay: 66%
Family Friendly Factor: 55%
System: iPad
Publisher: G5 Entertainment
Rating: '4+'
- 4+

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