Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt PC Game Review

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt is a first person, hidden object adventure game that promises to be fun for all ages. It is a game that I would definitely recommend to people who haven’t tried many hidden object games before. It’s a game that will not only keep you entertained for a few hours, but also will give you plenty of valuable game tips and hints throughout the game.

As with most Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt games, this one starts out rather simply. A new girl is in need of money to help pay for college, so she does what she needs to do in order to get it. Unfortunately, she doesn’t tell her story very well, so she winds up being haunted by nightmares. In order to finally get rid of the monster that is haunting her, she needs to find out where the nightmares are coming from and how to destroy it once and for all.

Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodhunt PC Game Review

This Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt review is going to focus mainly on the game’s first few chapters. Although I admit the beginning is a little boring, I felt that the later parts of the game were well done. The first chapter starts things off right, introducing us to the main character, Summerrose Dearest. We learn that she is a young woman, just out of high school, who is working as a live-in maid at a family home. The father of the family, a much older man, works away from home, as usual, keeping his identity a secret.

As the game progresses we learn more about Summerrose’ past. The father tells her that he has been bitten by a vampire, which he always thought was a fairy tale story. Unfortunately for him, a vampire instead bites him. Before long we find out that the bite was real, and that this vampire is going to be turning Summerrose into a vampire. Throughout the game, you learn more about vampires, their weaknesses, and their strengths, as well as why they are dangerous. The storyline is told through text, and as a result, some of the scenes are a little bit dull.

However, that’s not the only problem with Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodhunt. There isn’t enough story to make the player feel attached too. For example, after finding out that Summerrose is a vampire, she is captured by these creatures and taken to a place where she meets her new captor. You find out very little about where the whole situation started or where the whole story is supposed to go.

The way the story is told in VAMPIRE: THE MASQUE BLIGHT is that you have to use some detective skills to solve the mystery. And you will, but not before she gets bit. After being bit, Summerrose realizes that she can’t die because she is a vampire and she can’t feed on others. It turns out that the captor is after something that is going to kill her. It ends with her getting away, but you find out that the captor has a stake through her heart that is designed to drive people crazy.

While VAMPIRE: THE MASQUE BLIGHT is enjoyable to play because it has a good story and well done graphics, it does have some problems. For one thing, the writer tends to repeat himself. The character goes back and forth between his fantasy and reality and it can get a little boring. This is especially true when the character is not the vampire you’re used to.

However, once you start playing, it’s hard to stop playing. The game is set in a town called Mulcahyt and the vampires are called Mulcco. They work for the devil and hunt down young virgin girls who are “vampires born”. In the end, you find that the girl Summerrose was turned into a vampire by her own mother, and she does not know how or why. This is a disturbing story, but one you’ll enjoy playing.