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Dracula Hakushaku (Sharp X68000)

Dracula Hakushaku Sharp X68000 Title screen


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Dracula Hakushaku is FairyTale's own take on Bram's Stoker famous story. The powerful vampire Count Dracula returns to his castle, only to find dead bodies of the women he had relationships with in the past. The Count begins to re-create his adventures, remembering all the women he had seduced, killed, or turned into vampires. But his antagonist, the vampire hunter Abraham van Helsing, is retracing his steps as well...

Dracula Hakushaku is an adventure game that mostly follows the Japanese template (minimal interaction, no puzzles). Less typically for Japanese adventures, the Count can pick up and carry items, which must be used at certain points in the game. The interaction is performed by selecting icons that represent verb commands, as well as directional arrows for navigation between screens.

During the numerous sex scenes, additional icons appear, some of them being of a sexual nature, but also a "bite" icon, which allows the protagonist to use his best-known vampire ability on the victim.


Dracula Hakushaku Sharp X68000 Gave the dog a bone from a dead horse, now I can get into that house
Dracula Hakushaku Sharp X68000 This painting found in the monastery will be familiar to anyone into symbolism art movement - it's "The Apparition" by French painter Gustave Moreau
Dracula Hakushaku Sharp X68000 Intro, Count Dracula has risen from the grave, returning to his home to find his seven vampire brides are all bones
Dracula Hakushaku Sharp X68000 Title screen

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Dracula Hakushaku Magazine Advertisement Page 139

Alternate Titles

  • "ドラキュラ伯爵" -- Japanese spelling
  • "Dracula." -- In-game title

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The painting found in the monastery is Gustave Moreau's "The Apparition" (L'Apparition).
Infernos (19988) added Dracula Hakushaku (Sharp X68000) on Feb 06, 2014
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