Wanna know the scariest thing about Bram Stoker’s Dracula for the Sega CD? The game itself.  Seriously, this title is nothing but a major source of pain from the moment you first hit the Start button.  Wherever shall I begin?

First of all, despite the fact that the Sega CD is exactly like the Genesis and can display no more than 64 simultaneous onscreen colors (which means the smaller the picture the better it looks), Psygnosis insisted on making all of the game’s FMV sequences (taken from the Francis Ford Coppola film of the same name) full screen.  What this means is that the FMV looks absolutely dreadful, and you’ll often have to look really hard to make out exactly what you’re looking at.