Troika’s Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodlines had a lot in common with Obsidian’s Alpha Protocol: both were just stupidly well-written, both did a great job with settings and characters, both offered a slew of unforgettable moments. And both were so broken upon release that they were nearly unplayable by many. Vampire, like Alpha Protocol, was the latest in a long line of well-written technical disasters from Troika, and it was Vampire that finally ruined the company. But people loved it, and played it, and still do.
And fans (plus some ex-Troikaites) have been patching the game ever since. This is a title that came out five years ago – I hear it’s almost polished now! Get the patch here.
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