Finally a new addition to the series. I've been in love with the franchise since Vampire The Masquerade Bloodlines, and while this is an entirely different game all together, you can definitely see them happening in the same universe. At times its a little difficult to understand what's going on because of the texting system, but ultimately you get the point. The music and art is great and really sets the tone for a VtM game. Here's hoping to a full fledged sequel or reboot in the near future!
All these bad reviews are for an older version; this game now rubs fine. As a huge fan of VTM, this is great. The writing is absolutely flawless; it perfectly conveys the chaos and fear of being newly sired in the CWD, and the atmosphere is truly dark, eerie, and disturbing. Bloodlines was exciting, but this story truly inmerses you in the feel of the World of Darkness.
This serves as a delightful introduction to the Vampire WoD. It's well written, the art is beautiful, and the background music is perfect. What really got me was how it was presented. It's basically a choose your own adventure, covering the experience of a thin blood vampire who's been dumped into the world with no understanding of what he is. The aspect that sets this above the crowd of similar games however (and indeed it's sister mobile game Mage) is how the story is narrated. You adventure happens through the protagonist's phone, via text messages. This makes for a very delightful experience, and is remarkably intuitive. Occasionally you're given an option on how to respond to a message, with plenty of outcomes resulting in a game over (in which case you are rolled back to the last major choice moment). If you like the dark world of Vampire and you like choose your own adventures, you won't be disappointed.
A superbly written, we'll framed story. But every other choice leafs to sudden, immersion breaking death. By the fifth time in about 15mins , I gave up. I'm sorry, perhaps if there were less choices that meant nothing, this would be good.
Does NOT load on any of my Android phones. The reviews on the web say the same, it simply does not load past the developer logo screen. What's the point of releasing an app that doesn't work on the majority of devices? Fix at least for Lenovo P2, or refund
I found having to reread the long passages of dialogue (in particular Marco's blatherings) frustrating. Gonna play a few more times to see if something different happens. Good story line though.
Fix the launch issue seen on multiple devices.
Please kill/restart the app after installing it to make it run properly.