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Bram Stoker's Dracula (Genesis)

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magazine advertisement (US):
    PLAY IT IF YOU DARE

    Few have faced Dracula and survived. Now it's your turn! Based on Columbia Pictures' blockbuster thriller, Bram Stoker's Dracula goes straight for the jugular. Photo-realistic graphics, camera rotation, digitized scenes from the film and an awesome digital soundtrack on the CD version plunge you deep into cold, dark dungeons crawling with spiders and packs of bloodthirsty rats. On every platform you'll experience thrilling game play and battle your way through the treacherous mountains and forests of Transylvania to Castle Dracula. And just like in the movie, the evil Prince of Darkness will rise and attack as a bat, a wolf, even an old man. But whatever form Dracula takes...make no mistake, he must be stopped!

    Available for all Nintendo and Sega platforms.

    (Source: page 5 of "X-Men 2099", Vol. 1, No. 2, Nov 1993.)

    Contributed by Pseudo_Intellectual (44583) on Mar 08, 2008.

Back Cover - Super NES:
    Bram Stoker's Dracula for the Super NES goes straight for the jugular with spine-chilling action so real you won't believe your eyes. As vampire hunter Jonathan Harker, you're plunged deep into the world of the undead in this ultimate interactive movie. Seven terrifying levels, each with various day and night sections, plus incredible 3-D graphics brings to life the cold, dark dungeons of Castle Dracula, the brutal Transylvanian countryside and the eerie chambers of 19th-century London. By day, you'll fight bloodthirsty bats and poisonous spiders in your search for weapons. As the sun sets, beware . . . because now the Prince of Darkness himself arises and comes for you . . . as bat, wolf, even as an old man. Bram Stoker's Dracula. Make no mistake . . . he must be stopped!

    Contributed by Jeanne (75620) on Nov 12, 2003.