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Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines is an action role-playing video game developed by Troika Games founders pictured and first released on November 16, 2004, by Activision for Microsoft Windows Based on White Wolf Publishing's role-playing game Vampire: The Masquerade, it follows a male or female character who is killed and revived as a fledgling vampire in 21st-century Los Angeles Bloodlines is presented from first- and third-person perspectives Characters may use violent and nonviolent methods to achieve their goals while moving freely between the available hubs: Santa Monica, Hollywood, downtown Los Angeles, and Chinatown Troika's 32-member team began development in 2001, using Valve Corporation's brand-new Source game engine, also used for Valve's own Half-Life 2 Bloodlines was incomplete at its first release, with disappointing sales of fewer than 80,000 copies initially It divided critics at the time, who faulted it for technical flaws It now has a cult following as a rarely replicated example of a game that succeeds in both gameplay and narrative; critical opinion now styles it as a flawed masterpiece Full article

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