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Bloodlines makes Telefragged swoon

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Bloodlines makes Telefragged swoon

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Mon 29 November 2004, 16:41:41

Tags: Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines

Telefragged offers up a review of Bloodlines.

While you can't really customize the look of your character much, it's his or her abilities that will be much more finely tuned. During character creation you can choose your clan and gender, but you're stuck with whatever face you've got. At least gender makes a real difference in this game, especially considering the "seduction" skill. Anyway, then it's on to the character sheet where you can apply gained points to stats, skills, or unique vampire disciplines. Vampire rewards you with experience points for completing quests and advancing the plot, but there is no levelling system; instead, you apply experience points directly into various things on your character sheet. Some stats and abilities will affect multiple skills, and some skills are affected by multiple stats and abilities; for the most part, it's an intuitive system that lets you specialize in a few things before you get to the end of the game.


I'll admit it. I would have at least liked a little character appearance customization.

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