Father Arno Moriani is sent to Transylvania for an investigation about a beautification process for a woman doctor, devoted to her job during the World War I and considered as a saint in her village. But fastly enough, Moriani has the feeling that the marks on her corpse aren't coming from a divine power... but from the Count Dracula itself. He decides to investigate in order to know if the famous vampire is alive or not.Dracula 3: The Path of the Dragon
is a point & click game with the usual gameplay for that kind of game: 1st-person perspective, cursor changing if an action is possible, inventory, enigmas to solve, transcription of the dialogue, Arno's notes and a list of objectives.
The game is the sequel of Dracula: The Resurrection
- "Dracula 3: Адвокат дьявола" -- Russian spelling
- "Dracula 3: La Voie du Dragon" -- French title
- "Drácula 3: La Senda del Dragón" -- Spanish title
- "Dracula 3: Der Pfad des Drachen" -- German title
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The Press Says
||Aug 14, 2008
||85 out of 100
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|Game Over Online
||Oct 10, 2008
||62 out of 100
||Apr 08, 2008
||12 out of 20
||Sep 10, 2008
||6 out of 10
||May 07, 2008
||6 out of 10
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||Aug 29, 2008
||5 out of 10
|PC Games (Germany)
||Aug 27, 2008
||4 out of 6
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Dracula Blood Drive
A Dracula Blood Drive was organized at at five blood centers throughout the Bay Area (USA) on 31st October 2008. Each presenting Red Cross blood donor received a copy of the game.
In the German version several references to swastikas (including a puzzle) and a Thule Society symbol were removed. In another puzzle the player needs to draw an "X" instead of a swastika.