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The legacy of blood is yours to witness.

Dracula 4 + 5, that is Shadow of the Dragon and newly released The Blood Legacy, a contemporary tale of mystery and terror delivered in the form of an intriguing and immersive point-and-click adventure game, is available 75% off on That's only $4.99 for the first three days! If you already own Dracula 4: Shadow of the Dragon on, you receive the fifth game as a free update!

In the ominous reaches of the Carpathian mountains a ruthless voivod ruled from the height of his throne red with blood of his enemies. Whoever met him in battle would call him a demon, or a devil. His subjects had a different name for him, though, in their tongue. They called him Dracul, the Dragon. The legend has it, that this fierce warrior renounced God and become cursed to roam the Earth forever, restless, hungry for innocent blood, and doomed never to see the light of day again. But the curse came with power growing with every century of roaming the darkness. Thus, Dracul became the embodiment of evil and darkness itself, the one that fills our hearts with fear whenever the light goes out. The Vampire, the immortal enemy of man, that hunts in the night up to this day. So the legend says. There is at least a grain of truth to every legend.

Dracula 4 + 5 takes the vampiric lore into the modern setting. We follow Ellen Cross, a young art restorer, on her journey across Europe. In her way she's confronted with mysterious and terrifying events that will make her question everything us humans assume to know about the world. Secret societies, dark rituals, and powerful demons stand in her path. Finally, Ellen discovers new information about the Shadow of the Dragon--the mysterious brotherhood that the infamous Vlad Tepes might have been affiliated with. Thus begins the endgame of the centuries-long struggle between the light and dark. Will you dare to follow Ellen's blood-chilling story?

Immerse yourself in the twisted, dark, and dangerous world of the vampire mythos and challenge the Dark Lord of Carpathia himself! Get Dracula 4 + 5 for only $4.99 before Sunday, April 27, at 1:59PM GMT.
Seems like a good time to go for this. Definitely picking this up after seeing what's on sale tomorrow.
Nice freebie, thank you GOG.
:( I wanted to buy this not get it for free

Ps thank you GOG
Thank you GOG and Microids for the free Dracula 5, it's very nice of you. Now it's time for some good adventure.
mrking58: :( I wanted to buy this not get it for free

Ps thank you GOG
Well, you can still buy it as a gift for somebody, to support the developers and make somebody happy at the same time :)
Post edited April 24, 2014 by MichiGen
Thx gog, rly wanted to play 5th after I finished 4th, now I can play it for free. ;)
I already had Dracula 4 on my shelf and getting Dracula 5 as well as an update is sure such a nice surprise !

Check here, if you wish, for more on my inital reaction

It's just that I didn't feel like retyping or copy-pasting it- it seemed a tad weird...
Nice! Thanks GOG and Microids! :)
thanks for the nice and free update! woot!
Pleasant surprise to get an extra game in my collection without me even lifting a finger (well I couple of fingers as I started to download it).

Ah, I now vaguely remember some controversy over Dracula 4 being around it not feeling like a full game. I guess this is the answer to that. Though I've not played it yet to say myself.

Thank you developers and publisher ( Microids / Anuman Interactive ).
Don't have the game yet and don't know if I ever will but adding a whole and rather recent game to a previous one for free is an amazing move. Even if they are doing this because Dracula 4 had too little content in the first place.
Post edited April 24, 2014 by F4LL0UT
Woot! Thank you GOG
Thank you GOG, Microids and Anuman Interactive.
Would this be a worthy purchase now that Ep 5 is out? The reviews are pretty poor for Ep 4, even disregarding the length.
Yes, but Dracula 4 is very short. They basically released it as an episodic title.