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Despite some rough edges and only limited support for OS X through Classic, Vampire is an engaging title. Its graphics and detailed story make it a great RPG.
En ce qui concerne le multiplayer, je n’ai pas eu l’occasion de le tester, faute de trouver un coéquipier. Mea culpa… Il n’en reste pas moins que Vampire : the Masquerade est un des jeux les plus envoûtant du moment. Un scénario et une ambiance très saisissants, pour un jeu d’aventure très orienté action. Un jeu qui procure de réelles émotions.
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My final conclusion would be that if you are the type that finds Vampire’s concept interesting, you will probably enjoy it. It may not be a great choice for a fan of twitch games, but all of my friends who have seen it have liked it. Add in the fact that MacSoft has priced Vampire quite reasonably, and any adventure or RPG fan has little to lose by trying it.
So, if you like a great story (and especially if you like a great vampire story), definitely give this game a try. The single-player adventure is delightful, and there is real potential for the multiplayer game.
If you're crazy about vampires, then the depth, replayability and sheer ambitiousness of this game will make it worth your time and (probably) money. Of, if you have a great system you'd like to show off to your friends, Vampire: The Masquerade - Redemption can probably replace Deus Ex and Unreal Tournament for that "wow factor." If, however, you just enjoy a good RPG with some nice action, a coherent story, and characters you can actually care about, it'd probably be best to look elsewhere and leave the vampire stories to...uh...Jim Carrey?