The First Interactive Gothic Horror Movie

Dracula Unleashed combines the quality of a Hollywood movie, a challenging mystery to solve, and a new twist on the Dracula legend.

Unmask Dracula before time runs out for Alexander and his fiancee, Anisette. If you're clever, you could prevent many grisly deaths. Or not.

(description from the back of the Sega CD Version)

Release: 1993

Developer: Viacom New Media

Publisher: Sega of America Inc.

Type: Mystery

Platforms: DVD, Mac, PC, Sega CD


Dracula Unleashed is based on characters created by Bram Stoker. The game is written by Andrew Greenberg (Star Trek: Starfleet Academy) and William Bridges as a psuedo-sequel to Stoker's "Dracula" novel.

Title Three



Mystery + Vampires = Top Notch.

Alexander Morris..... Bill Williamson

Dr. Van Helsing..... John Arthur Olson

Arthur Holmwood..... Jay Nickerson

Directed by..... Mike Plant


The music and story are enough to sink your fangs into, but the digitized video is too pixelated for my taste. The story and plot more than make up for the actors. [8 out of 10]

Dracula Unleashed has a great storyline that will keep you glued to your television. Definitely a good horror flick. [8 out of 10]

...is more of a movie that you direct rather than a video game. The full-motion video, although done very well, suffered a little from being too grainy. [6 out of 10]

This one requires a lot of thinking and shouldn't be thought of as a fast-action game like Night Trap or Sewer Shark. Let's see more like this one. [7 out of 10]

TOTAL REVIEW SCORE: 7.25 out of 10

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