Solomon's Key for the NES was released in Japan on this day in 1986.
Introduction movie: setting the scene
One "Leopold Stransokowski" is the exception that proves the rule of acting quality in full-motion video games
Detailed location-specific etchings and engravings decorate the interface when the video clips have been completed
Reading one's automatic notes taken following encounters
An address book of potential destinations
Atmospheric illustrations of locations before you enter them. This is your home; your transportation, a carriage, awaits on the right.
Calculating travel times with a map of London
Help on the game interface from no less than Dr. Abraham Van Helsing in the flesh! well, in the voice.
Video: the plot thickens
Perusing further detail in the newspaper
Jonathan and Mina Harker -- two characters from Stoker's original novel -- conversing with your protagonist
Lush static illustrations during narrated flashbacks
Your inquiries will bring you to strange locations
A gory end for our hero!
... of course, you have the standard options at your disposal.
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