Vampire: The Masquerade is a dating simulation video game based on the works of Charlize Theron and Christian Audigier. The game was originally developed for Microsoft’s DOS operating system but has since been ported to many other platforms. It is similar to other dating simulation games in that it features a “matchmaker” type character who allows you to interact with girls you meet online, ranging from your initial online “friends”. However, the difference is that these “friends” are vampires who will attack you if you provoke them too much. This adds a degree of tension throughout the game, as you are trying to avoid being attacked by one of them.
As a vampire, you have a unique ability called “Regeneration”, which replenishes health and magic every time you level up. Vampire: The Masquerade does not give you a spell to do this, so you must learn it by reading a book. Unfortunately, unlike real life, learning this occult skill is difficult, and thus you will find that you frequently level up too fast in the game. This can be frustrating, especially when you find out that your favorite weapon can’t kill anything at all!
Another similar aspect to the Vampire series is transformed into a werewolf. Your skin becomes pale and coarse, and your hair growing black and bushy. You also gain some new abilities such as telekinesis, which allows you to manipulate objects or people. Vampire: The Masquerade gives you a chance to play around with these new abilities, as well as playing with your vampire strength and weaknesses.
Vampire: The Masquerade uses a point system to keep track of your progress throughout the game. Starting off with five points and spending them on abilities and skills is how you gain experience and level up. By spending too many points, however, you can be killed by another vampire very quickly. Knowing your weaknesses is key to staying alive.
The game contains two campaigns; the main campaign is much like the original Vampire game from Vampire: The Masquerade II. However, there is a new side campaign called the Chronicles of the New York Times. This campaign features more of the same, but there is also a time limit to defeat the New York City infected. This time limit forces players to use their wits in battle.
Vampire: The Masquerade is a single player game. Playing as a vampire is rather simple. Playing as a werewolf is a little more involved, though it still involves quite a bit of trial and error. If you are a fan of Vampire: The Masquerade, then I would suggest looking for fan made fan-made versions of the game on the internet. These are often free and will give you a similar experience.
Vampire: The Masquerade also has great music and sound effects. The graphics are clear and crisp. The overall visual experience is very good.
Vampire: The Masquerade is not only a game series, but it is also a movie series. There are several DVDs of the original game series as well as a number of video games including the PSP version. If you enjoy Vampire: The Masquerade, you might want to check out the other games in the series. It might just be what you need to complete your collection!
Vampire: The Masquerade has a strong beginning and middle, but it really picks up when the final chapter is released. The graphics are superb and it’s fun to kill vampires. If you like playing games that have a dark and Gothic theme, then Vampire: The Masquerade is just what you’re looking for. It has a realistic setting with a dark and mysterious allure to it.
Vampire: The Masquerade really set the bar for video game tie-ins. From this game alone, there are over ten video games based on this franchise. While most of them are great, some are a hit or miss. The main series finale, Vampire: The Masquerade – Millennium is probably the best one of them all.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Millennium is definitely one of the best video games based on this series to date. If you haven’t played it, you’re missing out on one of the best vampire stories of all time. I highly recommend this game series to any fan of Vampire Romance. If you’re still not sure about it, give it a try!