What a delightful little compilation. I have been playing these games ever since the first one came out back in 1999, and I know every single nook and cranny of the first two games. I never got the chance to play "Path of the Dragon", but after finishing it, it is most likely my favorite of the three. If you are interested in point and click adventure games, you'll know the drill. The first two games obviously look dated by today's standards, but the third game looks absolutely stunning. Everything is so immersing, and you can almost feel the chills as you wander the streets of Vladoviste, as the Castle of Dawn casts its eerie shadow down upon the entire valley. The voice-overs for all three games sound very alike, and they most likely used the same guy for Father Arno Moriani, as they did for Jonathan Harker in the first two games. The difficult level is not grotesque or terribly frustrating in any of the games. But you have to be extremely thorough in your investigations, or you'll most likely miss out on some important clues, and there is nothing more tedious than pixel hunting simply because you did not search an area thoroughly enough the first time around. Keep an open eye, and make sure to pay attention to the dialogue.
So, if you haven't gotten around to play any of these games prior to this release, this is a most handy collection that is bound to thrill you, and test your senses.