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Bloodlines checked out by Tom's Hardware

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Bloodlines checked out by Tom's Hardware

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Tue 14 December 2004, 12:18:01

Tags: Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines

There's a many page but few paragraphs per page review of Vampire: the Masquerade - Bloodlines over at Tom's Hardware. Many, many, many pages. Too many for me to care to read at least. However, if you do read them all, or just keep clicking the links to see if there's anything interesting in the thing, you'll find yourself treated to an interview with some ugly chick who may or may not have anything to do with anything at all. Anyway, here's one of the paragraphs I selected at random, because I didn't care to read the whole thing:

So is there any replay value here? Yes, in fact, there is plenty to slake your thirst. With seven clans, both genders, and NPCs that really react differently to player stats, you could be playing this game for a very long time. You would almost need to be an immortal to complete all five endings!


And the patience of a Saint to muster up the will to do the sewer warrens more than once.

Thanks, smiffus!

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