Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodlines sequel announced!

 

I bought Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodlines when it came and I thought this game is just awesome. You had to manually install Wesp’s unnoficial patch back then, but now it’s an exe that install in a short time the patch by clicking, or double-clicking, the file.  I definitively want to thank Wesp for his hard work and dedication for still working on his unnoficial patch.  At first it was to fix the bugs the game had (Basic), then to uncover the unfinished materials the devs were still working on and put them in the game (Plus).

Videos on how awesome Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodlines is.  I’ve tried to embed them in my post, but it won’t let me.  I’m really happy about this news.

My favorite clan to play is a female Gangrel, love their skills, they’re hardy and badass.  I love that they may seem human at first, but if you start to look at them closely, you notice they’re not.  And personnally I love their claws, looks feral.  They don’t look monstrous like the Nofteratu, but like them they have to hide and cover themselves, hidden in the shadows.  And since I play a female, people probably just think my claws are just long nails.  With points in Seduction it makes the game easier to feed on people.  Maybe because to me the Gangrel is the closest to my idea of a real vampire, strong, hardy, lots of stamina, can turn into bats, wolves, mist, can call animal spirits for help, like bats and wolves.

I don’t play the Vampire the Masquerade games from White Wolf, though, saw some of their books on Vampires the Masquerade from them in a store in English.  I’m French-Canadian and my English was pretty bad, and my friends’ English was worse.  Anyway, so my sole experience I have with their PnP is with their videogames.  I bought Bloodlines first when it came out, found it amazing, and Redemption much much later on GOG.  I haven’t played Redemption yet.

Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodlines 2 website

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