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A generic vampire may star in Dracula, but the game is anything but generic for the Intellivision. Most of Imagic's games have held up amazingly well even after three decades, and this one is no exception. Though vampire games vary wildly in quality, this one absolutely doesn't suck.
Contrary to the impression you might get from its title, Dracula is not a scary game, or a violent one. It's actually quite funny — a tongue in cheek contest where the player, turned vampire, must canvass the town in search of victims.
Fazit: Abwechslungsreiche Grafik, ungewöhnlicher Spielverlauf.
For all the options you have available, the game is all about chasing people around, and it does get old. Still, Dracula is a neat little cartridge to pull out in October.