Vampire Legends: The Count of New Orleans Collector's Edition
There is a new release in the Vampire Legends series. O2D has prepared Vampire Legends: The Count of New Orleans Collector's Edition for us to enjoy an interesting story, a challenging paranormal case, and some Southern charm.
There is an interesting plot that gradually develops as you play and keeps you intrigued as you discover new details.
You are a paranormal investigator in this game, and you come to New Orleans to study the case of two brothers who were serial killers before they were executed for all the wrongdoings. Well, very soon, you realize that you are not here to study the history when you see their ghostly images in one of the pictures that you take of the building that used to belong to them.
This is when you realize that there is still a lot of harm caused by them in the city even now that they are dead. Oh, and did I mention the vampire count that has a role to play in the story, too?
Anyways, there is an interesting plot that gradually develops as you play and keeps you intrigued as you discover new details. The bonus chapter challenges you with a crime that was commited in the beautiful French Quarter. You have a camera and take pictures all the time. Then you learn how to develop your film, which is a fun experience, too.
The location was a great choice because of its own charisma and unique culture. Your collectibles are Mardi Gras masks, fleur-de-lis is all over, beautiful architecture, and, of course, their southern accent.
The game has four modes of difficulty: Casual, Normal, Expert, and Custom; and adjustable hints and skips. There a jump map and a strategy guide given to you as you play. You get to complete 14 achievements as part of the extras. The music and the art work are as usual available to you, too.
There seems to be more puzzles than hiddne object scenes. Both are quite creative and interactive. If you don't want ot play the HOP scenes, you can switch to a Mardi Gras beads Match-3 instead.
It is a great hidden object puzzle adventure game that take you to the beautiful New Orleans of the 1930s!
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