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Critic Reviews

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82
iPhoneIGN (Feb 20, 2009)
All in all, iDracula is an extremely impressive iPhone shooter with just a few shortcomings, many of which could be fixed in a quick update. The game’s “dual analog” Geometry Wars design makes it perfect for quick sit-downs, though the on-screen dials for movement aren’t exactly the best form of player input, and we’d be curious to see if removing one of those control areas for tilt movement would help improve visibility and reliability on the whole. You won’t get co-op or online integration with this one, but even with all downsides considered, this is one heck of a purchase at $5, much less the current initial price of just $0.99. The control works better than we’d expect it to given iPhone’s debatable “virtual d-pad” designs, the visuals are simply beautiful, and the amount of polish in this game is reminiscent of DS or budget PSP games.
80
PSPPSP Minis (Nov 29, 2009)
To sum up, Dracula – Undead Awakening is a beautifully made game and loads of fun to play if non-stop killing action is your thing. That’s not to say that the game will be to everyone’s taste, of course. For some, the fact that you’re basically just dispatching wave after wave of creatures will be a complete turn off, no matter how pretty the game looks. If all-out shoot ‘em up action with some suitably meaty weaponry is what you crave, however, then don’t hesitate to snap this mini up.
80
PSPGamingXP (Jan 20, 2010)
Doch wie hoch die Langzeitmotivation sein wird, wenn Sie nach dem zehnten Spiel noch immer als „Noob“ abgestempelt werden, sei dahingestellt – Splatterfans werden ihre Freude an diesem Titel haben!
75
PSPGaming Nexus (Feb 23, 2010)
Dracula: Undead Awakening won't make you forget about Geometry Wars and Everyday Shooter, but this Chillingo action game does manage to get enough right to be easily recommended. Best of all, the five dollar price tag simply cannot be beat. Even its small group of levels and no multiplayer support, Dracula is a fun PSP that is well worth downloading!
75
PSPPlayFrance (Jan 19, 2010)
Accrocheur sur iPhone, Dracula : Undead Awakening n'a rien perdu de sa superbe dans sa transition vers la PSP. Si l'on peut regretter le faible nombre de décors et l'intelligence artificielle peu développée des ennemis, l'action proposée reste rythmée et parfaitement adaptée à de courtes sessions de jeu. L'inclusion des perks en mode Survival et de la boutique en mode Wave Attack est une bonne idée qui apporte un peu de variété au sein d'une même partie. Bref, voilà un titre qui saura vous procurer de courtes mais appréciables décharges d'adrénaline, le tout pour moins de cinq euros.
72
Nintendo DSiCheat Code Central (Mar, 2010)
While Dracula: Undead Awakening is likely not the best right-stick shooter (with or without a right stick) you'll ever play, it is still quite decent and can be rather enjoyable. The selection of weapons ranging from crossbows to flamethrowers, the plethora of power-ups that can dramatically change the gameplay, and the increasingly more difficult adversaries keep the game feeling fresh even after a few hours of play. This classically modeled arcade shooter's longevity is further aided by the four different play modes, offering up more of the same enjoyable shooting action while also adding some twists that help to keep the player interested. At five dollars, this shooter is easy to recommend and should provide you with at least a few hours of vampire, werewolf, and ghoul-killing joy.
70
PSPGamer Limit (Feb 22, 2010)
Dracula: Undead Awakening is another solid port of a good iPhone game. The control scheme works well enough, and the recent price drop makes the title even better value for money than it was before. There’s plenty to like and not much to hate on, a bit more variation in enemy types would be a welcome but small change. Anyone looking for a solid, yet not particularly original, shooter should feel pretty satisfied with their purchase.
70
PSPPush Square (Feb 03, 2010)
All said though, Dracula: Undead Awakening will fill in a few empty chunks of your time. And there are certainly worse ways of doing that.
70
Nintendo DSiIGN (Mar 09, 2010)
So this is a solid arcade shooter design that I definitely recommend you download -- you'll just need to pick which version to get.
70
WiiIGN (Mar 09, 2010)
So this is a solid arcade shooter design that I definitely recommend you download -- you'll just need to pick which version to get.
67
PSPDefunct Games (Feb 17, 2010)
Dracula: Undead Awakening doesn't pretend to break new ground, instead it offers a compelling mix of fun action with creepy monsters. Chillingo proves that there's room for a mindless dual-stick shooter with a cool theme, especially when you add in all of the cool weapons, great gameplay and solid graphics. If you're a fan of this style of game and don't mind taking down a few vampires, then you'll definitely want to sink your teeth into this budget priced action game.
65
Nintendo DSiVandal Online (Mar 28, 2010)
Dracula: Undead Awakening es un intenso y frenético juego de acción y disparos, pero que poco más nos puede ofrecer. Si bien es interesante para pasar un buen rato sin preocuparse por poco más que aniquilar zombis y engendros del averno, acabará por aburrir pronto al jugador, dado que las opciones que nos ofrece son pocas y, a la larga, faltas de interés. Eso sí, en caso de que nos guste la acción per se, podremos disfrutar del juego sin más reparos, especialmente del modo Wave Attack, sin duda la opción más interesante del título.
65
WiiVandal Online (Mar 28, 2010)
Dracula: Undead Awakening es un intenso y frenético juego de acción y disparos, pero que poco más nos puede ofrecer. Si bien es interesante para pasar un buen rato sin preocuparse por poco más que aniquilar zombis y engendros del averno, acabará por aburrir pronto al jugador, dado que las opciones que nos ofrece son pocas y, a la larga, faltas de interés. Eso sí, en caso de que nos guste la acción per se, podremos disfrutar del juego sin más reparos, especialmente del modo Wave Attack, sin duda la opción más interesante del título.
60
iPhone4Players.de (May 20, 2009)
Super Stardust Portable und Geometry Wars: Galaxies haben bewiesen, dass Zwei-Stick-Shooter auch unterwegs und ohne zweiten Knubbel funktionieren. Doch im Vergleich dazu verblasst iDracula: Die Gegner laufen strunzdumm zum Spieler, statt mit unterschiedlichen Taktiken anzugreifen. Trotz diverser Modi für kurze und ausgedehntere Runden mangelt es an Abwechslung. Auch das einzige Musikstück und die wenigen Soundeffekte wiederholen sich ständig. Außerdem stören die typischen Schwächen simulierter Joysticks: Die Steuerung ist einen Deut schwammiger als mit echten Analog-Knubbeln und etwa ein Drittel des Bildes wird von den Daumen verdeckt. Für den kleinen Ballerhunger zwischendurch eignet sich das nur 79 Cent günstige iDracula trotzdem, gegen Genre-Größen stinkt es aber gewaltig ab.
60
WiiNintendo Life (Mar 01, 2010)
Dracula: Undead Awakening largely succeeds in delivering a classic arcade experience to the Wii. The controls probably could have used a little more finesse and the gameplay gets monotonous, but thankfully there's a game mode available which will give players a reason to come back. If you're looking for a bit of arcade shooting fun you could certainly do worse than this.
60
Nintendo DSiNintendo Life (Mar 03, 2010)
Aside from the lack of WiFi leaderboards, Dracula: Undead Awakening on DSiWare is exactly the same as the WiiWare version. For some reason it's half the price at 500 points, plus, of course, it has the advantage of being portable — it's a no-brainer that this version of the game has the upper hand. Still, the core gameplay just isn't really that interesting, with only one mode truly worth bothering with. If you've got both a Wii and a DSi and are interested in the game, get this version, but otherwise, don't bother, as it'll get boring rather fast.
55
Nintendo DSiMag'64 (Oct 24, 2010)
"Dracula: Undead Awakening" hinterlässt am Ende dieses Tests einen zwiespältigen Eindruck: Einerseits bietet Chillingos DSiWare-Debüt klassische und unkomplizierte Arcade-Shooter-Kost, andererseits lässt der durchweg monotone Spielablauf schnell Langeweile aufkommen - ein Todesurteil für jedes Videospiel. Wer allerdings auf diese abwechslungsarme Form der Highscore-Jagd steht, sollte zu eben dieser DSiWare-Fassung greifen, da sie – obwohl technisch dezent schmalbrüstiger und ohne Online-Ranglisten – schlicht nur die Hälfte kostet. Der überschaubare Inhalt von nur drei Karten und vier wenig unterschiedlichen Spielmodi rechtfertigt kaum mehr als die 500 Nintendo-Punkte, die der geneigte Zocker hier berappen muss, zumal er eine gut funktionierende Stylus-Steuerung vorgesetzt bekommt.
55
WiiEveryeye.it (Mar 03, 2010)
Dracula: Undead Awaking è un titolo trascurabilissimo nella vasta offerta Nintendo WiiWare. La monotonia di fondo, spezzata solo da alcuni accorgimenti, farà ben presto calare l'attenzione del giocatore, che si stuferà di procedere senza soste in un reiterato massacro indiscriminato. Ulteriore deterrente è il prezzo del gioco: 10€ sono veramente troppi per quello che il titolo offre. Consigliato solo a chi, nostalgico delle vecchie glorie arcade, ha fatto dell'incessante e ripetitivo gameplay il proprio credo videoludico.
50
PSPTheSixthAxis (Dec 03, 2009)
The problem with Dracula is that there’s little risk/reward and unlike titles like Burn Zombie Burn, which had the cool ‘fire’ modifier system to spice things up the only things that ever change in Dracula: Undead Awakening are the guns and the legions of nicely drawn zombie creatures. A simple ‘perk’ system tries to liven things up a little with some cool extra skills but doesn’t do much to break up the monotony. You’ll get more out of the game the more you put in, and there’s some challenge here for the dedicated, but if forced I’d rather stick to the iPhone version which is far cheaper: