Vampire: Bloodlines Reviews

Activision and Troika’s Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines is the subject of two new online reviews. The first is at Inside Gamer Online with an overall score of 7.6/10:

As an action game, Bloodlines doesn’t quite hold up. The combat is a bit too clunky, and the behavior of your enemies just isn’t sophisticated enough. It works a bit better as a role-playing game, but this element takes a back seat much of the time and has a few rough spots of its own. Still, if the thought of experiencing the life of a modern day vampire appeals to you, Bloodlines just might be worth sinking your teeth into.

And the second is at GameRankings with an overall score of 65/100:

This one’s a damn shame. Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines has just about everything one could want in a PC role-playing game: an excellent story, top-notch atmosphere driven by superb voice acting and a cinema-worthy script, and a wide-open world with lots of things to uncover.

But the glitches. Oh, the glitches.

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