Do you remember back around 2015 when Universal Pictures was building hype for its interconnected “Dark Universe” which would include all the big bads of the time from Dracula to Frankenstein to the Wolfman and everyone in between all connected via the Prodigium, a secret society dedicated to hunting supernatural threats which, as we found out in 2017’s The Mummy, was run by Doctor Henry Jekyll (played by Russell Crowe). This game is a part of that?
Inspired by older games such as Castlevania, Shinboi and Contra; Wallachia: Reign of Dracula attempts to pay homage to its predecessors in both substance and style while bringing classic coin-op gameplay to a unique setting and, for the most part, it accomplishes what it sets out to do, but it isn’t without its fair share of pitfalls.
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