Reviews and Problems with Vampire - The Masquerade: Redemption
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Vampire: The Masquerade Redemption
16 December 2003
Excerpt: Publisher: Activision Developer: Nihilistic Software Minimum System Requirements: 100% DirectX 7 compliant 3-D Hardware Accelerator card and drivers* 233 MHz Pentium II ® processor 64 MB of RAM A 100% Windows ® 95/98 compatible computer system (including compatible 32-bit drivers for CD-ROM drive, video card, sound card, and input devices) English language Windows 95/98 operating system 720 MB of uncompressed hard disk space for game files, plus 80 MB for the Windows...
Excerpt: The story of this game is this. You are a warrior named Christof, you used hate and fight evil vampires in the 12th century. The vampires admired your fighting abilities and made you one of them. Ironic eh? Now you are after the boss. While a nurse friend is working on a cure for your immortal condition, you and up to three others will fight in two time periods. The 12th century Prague and Vienna. Then in modern day London and New York.
Excerpt: Vampire: The Masquerade Redemption (developed with the help of paper-and-pencil RPG creator White Wolf Studios ) is far from your run-of-the mill RPG, and its vampires are not your ordinary bloodsuckers. With a story line that covers a span of 800 years, players will travel within medieval Prague and Vienna and then later modern-day (1999) London and New York City for a finale that takes place on the eve of the millennium.
Excerpt: I thought perhaps I would have to take on the curse of unlife to wait for a quality RPG with a good storyline to come out for the PC in the United States. Thankfully, I have found one, and I didn't even have to wait a thousand years, though it seemed like it at times. I must admit I was a bit wary of a game titled Vampire: The Masquerade Redemption. After all, I have never been into vampires. But the graphics on the box looked so appealing, I had to give it a try.
Excerpt: I am going to try and give Vampire: The Masquerade a fair shake. In doing so, I will try and steer clear of the obvious puns that so many others have gleefully crashed into at full speed. At no time will I refer to anything as "sucking". I will likewise try to avoid using words like "anemic", "pale" or any other gratuitous references to the word "blood". It's the least that I can do. That said, Nihilistic took on a lot when they agreed to work on this project.
GAME REVIEW – Vampire: The Masquerade – Redemption (PC)
Alternative Magazine Online
5 January 2004
Conclusion: To paraphrase what I said at the start of this review, I shy away from the spooky and scary – the sole exception being when Bruce Campbell’s chainsaw-handed, smart mouthed Ash Williams says witty things while carving up ghouls. That said when I played Vampire: the Masquerade, I just couldn’t put it down. It was addictive. The game draws you into a dark world, where the only way to survive is to be better than the beast in front of you.
Excerpt: Vampire The Masquerade é um dos mais amados card games de sempre. Por essa razão os aficcionados do jogo da White Wolf estavam no mais puro estado de excitação à espera da adaptação para PC. Desculpem lá dar-vos uma má notícia, mas se não tiverem uma ligação à net o melhor é continuarem agarrados às cartinhas, pois em termos de mecânica de jogo, qualquer semelhança entre os dois é pura coincidência.
Summary: "Veselá upíøí gamesa Vampire: The Masquerade - Redemption vás zavede do svìta upírù. Vaším úkolem je porážet protivníky, pøièemž se mùžete spolehnout na trojci vìrných druhù. Svoje pøátele ve zbrani si mùžete sami zvolit, ovšem musíte se vlézt maximálnì do poètu tøí èlenù. Poté už vám nic nebrání pustit se vesele do protivníkù a vysát je do poslední kapky krve. Když se dostanete do úzkých, mohou vaši druhové tasit eso z rukávu v podobì regenerace nebo jiného triku.