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    #26
    That changes everything

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    #27

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    #28
    EvaUnit02 wrote:
    Your link is busted, here's a working one

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    #29
    Any of you guys who loved this first game ever read the vampire chronicles by Anne Rice? (Interview with a Vampire etc)

    Her "rules" of the vampire world (she's arguably the expert on the subject of vampires) in a game, MMO-type game, would be really cool.

    I loved Bloodlines, can't wait for this next game, just felt the world was a bit restrictive. Perhaps that was just due to the technology of the time.

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    #30
    Funnily enough, when I bought Vampire The Masquerade: Redemption from EBGames when it was a new release it came with an Anne Rice novel, Vittorio the Vampire.

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    #31
    CoRk wrote:
    Funnily enough, when I bought Vampire The Masquerade: Redemption from EBGames when it was a new release it came with an Anne Rice novel, Vittorio the Vampire.
    What a lovely coincidence.

    Did you read it?

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    #32
    Yup. At the time I didn't know anything about VtM or Anne Rice, and I had assumed that the novel was set in the same universe as the game. I was at my Aunt's farm over Christmas and couldn't play it yet, so I read through the book to learn about some of the lore.

    I did enjoy the book a bit and so went to the library and picked up The Vampire Armand. The plot heavily featured homoerotic pedophilia though which creeped me out a bit so I never finished it or read another Anne Rice novel.

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    #33
    CoRk wrote:
    Yup. At the time I didn't know anything about VtM or Anne Rice, and I had assumed that the novel was set in the same universe as the game. I was at my Aunt's farm over Christmas and couldn't play it yet, so I read through the book to learn about some of the lore.

    I did enjoy the book a bit and so went to the library and picked up The Vampire Armand. The plot heavily featured homoerotic pedophilia though which creeped me out a bit so I never finished it or read another Anne Rice novel.
    Armand is the only book that really pushes the boundaries, the rest are tame in comparison. I didn't even finish Armand.

    It's a shame you started with that one haha.

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    #35
    The game is about a year away and still no gameplay footage.