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Bloodlines adoration at 3DAvenue

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Bloodlines adoration at 3DAvenue

Review - posted by Spazmo on Fri 3 December 2004, 15:41:19

Tags: Troika Games; Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines

3DAvenue also have a review of Troika's latest. Their verdict: 8.5/10.
And if most of the game is not spent on moving from one mission to the next, then it is certainly spent on trying to find out what it is you are required to do. Most missions are straight forward, but the occasional mission will leave you frustrated as you run around in circles trying to decrypt the riddle that is the mission description. This is mainly due to the lack of any sort of waypoint or minimap feature in the game, and often the mission descriptions are vague and not detailed enough. When you finally figure out what it is you're meant to be doing, you will feel a little silly for missing it at all, but it could have been totally avoided with perhaps a clearer mission objective system which provided more clues or, god forbid, an easily accessible map which points you in the right direction.
I honestly have no idea what he's talking about. The only trouble I ever had knowing what to do next was when I needed to find a bum and he was hidden in complete darkness next to a dumpster. The quest log rarely leaves you wondering what your next move is.
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