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Next Level Gaming loves Bloodlines

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Next Level Gaming loves Bloodlines

Review - posted by Vault Dweller on Tue 16 November 2004, 14:01:47

Tags: Troika Games; Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines

It's the Bloodlines review season, and it looks like everyone likes it, even Exitium the resident skeptic. Anyway, Next Level Gaming is very excited about the game, comparing it to the high caliber (*rolls*) games like BG2 and KotOR, giving it 90/100, and concluding that it's a "fantastic mix of RPG and adventure game that keeps drawing you in deeper into the world, and the farther you go the more you want to see".

In the end I can give this games one of the highest praises I can think of: Ever time its time to turn it off I find myself always saying… I’ll stop after one more quest, which always winds up turning into 5, 6, 7… more quests. Vampire: The Masquerade—Bloodlines is the culmination of next-generation first-person action game engine technology, a top RPG developer and a renowned RPG franchise. Built using Valve’s Source Technology— the same game engine technology used to power Half-Life 2, the game is based on White Wolf’s renowned pen-and-paper RPG series Vampire: The Masquerade and its official clans. Developed by Troika Games—creators of top RPG franchises such as Arcanum (2002 RPG of the year—PC Gamer) and the Fallout series, Vampire: The Masquerade—Bloodlines promises to take RPG gaming to the next level.
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