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Vampire: Bloodlines preview at HomeLan

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Vampire: Bloodlines preview at HomeLan

Preview - posted by Ausir on Wed 14 May 2003, 12:09:48

Tags: Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines

HomeLan has written some of their impressions from a Vampire: Bloodlines preview at E3. Here's an excerpt:

    After we checked out the character creation screen we finally looked at the game itself and it already looks sharp even at this early stage. Valve’s Source engine it on a par right now with the best currently out there and nowhere is this more evident than in the character models and animation. When our vamp character conversed with a bartender in a local dive, his mouth and facial expressions looked alive and totally in synch with what he was saying, upping the realism value. We also conversed with a female vamp whose body was moving in all the right places, (as Joe Bob Bridges would say, “If you know what I mean and I think you do).

You can find the full text here.
Has anyone seen a VtM:B info without the jiggly boobs being mentioned?

Spotted this at RPGDot.

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