Vampire: The Masquerade — Bloodlines is almost unique in video game history. It suffered a deeply troubled development involving turbulent clashes between developer Troika and publisher Activision, and was eventually released incomplete and deeply broken. And yet, the financial disaster of a game is adored and celebrated for its innovative dialogue, astounding characters and banquet of choice. Fifteen years later, a sequel has just been announced. It will be released in That week they sent over a plan to Paradox.
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The sequel is set in Seattle, but that doesn't mean that the Kindred of Los Angeles won't make an appearance in the game. Here are a couple of candidates - in no particular order - ranging from likely to unlikely to appear in the sequel. Jeanette was the poster child for the original game and she was featured heavily in its promotional material. The quests given out by the Voerman sisters are considered to be among the best in the original game and the reveal of their true nature is one of its highlights.
Vampire: The Masquerade — Bloodlines has been written about a lot on this site far more than one would expect from a game with both a colon and a hyphen in the title, which should be made a crime. Past and present. What we formed into is a different matter, of course. Some of them, the female Malkavian in particular, have massive pornstar tits subject to the hilarious whims of the game physics. EXE articles covering Bloodlines she mentioned that playing Bloodlines can be… weird for women.