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Author: zigfried (Mod)
Posted: October 30, 2010 (12:54 PM)
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I played as a Malkavian in the tabletop game. I thought I was a Ventrue, and so did everyone else -- for a while. Fun times!

No one ever played as a Nosferatu, for pretty much the reasons that make them sound so cool in this.

//Zig


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Author: zippdementia
Posted: October 30, 2010 (01:33 PM)
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I hate reading reviews for this game because they always make me want to play it and the chances of me actually doing so are slim. I just don't have a PC.

I did play the first Vampire which felt like a beta version of what this game is supposed to be like. I also briefly played a Tremere in the actual game. Unlike Zigfried, I was really a Tremere. Joshua Vesculae. Former vampire hunter turned into vampire. Fun times.


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Author: Halon
Posted: October 31, 2010 (01:26 PM)
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Great review that I pretty much entirely agree with (one of my favorite RPG's ever minus the last 1/5 or so). Tried to play it again not too long ago with a Nosferatu but the game was having problems with Windows 7 and I was too lazy to figure out how to get it to work.

Malkavian is my favorite, though! Some of the dialogue options are insane.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThyD2ikS9SY


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Author: bloomer
Posted: November 01, 2010 (08:55 PM)
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Re: Zipp, you can get the game on the Mac. But I imagine compatibility problems with any modern Mac will be extreme. It originally ran under OS 8.6. If it wasn't carbonised, the last OS you have even a chance of running it under is 10.4, if you installed Classic Environment. If it was carbonised, it might work natively in 10.5. Chances of a carbonised version working in 10.6 are microscopic. (It would probably play, with the little side effect that the screen will be a solid block of one colour.)


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Author: Halon
Posted: November 01, 2010 (11:41 PM)
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Just make sure the unofficial patches work for Mac (believe they're up to 7.0 but I could be wrong). Without it the game is nearly unplayable due to bugs.


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